Predictive policing

Predictive policing


Predictive policing helps organize policing as an information-intensive business in the information age.

Predictive policing is within the framework of the quest to anticipate and prevent crime. It entails taking data from different kinds of sources so that its analysis’ outputs are used foresee, prevent and act upon crime, in a more effective way.

Action, instead of reaction, is the watchword when we talk about predictive policing, as law enforcement leaves the past events behind to focus on what will happen and how to deploy resources in front of criminal activity.

Predictive policing borrows from the principles of evidence-based policing, problem-oriented policing, community policing, and other proven policing techniques.

Our services under the purview of this axes aim at outlining crimes’ patterns and trends.