Crime Analytics Software

It is vital that law enforcement agencies not only store data, but also enhance intelligence through data analysis, mapping, and real-time sharing. Spillman’s Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP) software provides agencies with the tools needed to maximize the value of their data and its benefit to their communities.

Data Analysis and Mapping

Complete and accurate data collection is crucial to ensuring the success of the public safety mission, but the benefit of having that data increases exponentially when agencies can use it in conjunction with crime mapping software to reveal trends and detect future needs. The Spillman Analytics module enhances agencies’ Intelligence-Led Policing initiatives by presenting map-based crime analytics information to analysts, supervisors, and front-line personnel. Users can analyze and report on incidents and calls for service, prioritize investigative leads, and identify potential hotspots using customizable tools such as crime-specific filters, heat maps, pin maps, time comparison analytics, and more.

The Spillman Analytics module provides agency personnel with a map-based tool to assist in Intelligence-Led Policing initiatives and includes features such as crime pin mapping, heat maps, filtering capabilities, time comparison analytics, and more.

CompStat Intelligence for Management

One of the key benefits of ILP is that it gives agency leadership the information needed to utilize resources to the community’s greatest advantage. Spillman’s CompStat Management Dashboard eliminates the need to run multiple reports by compiling information stored in the RMS database into easily analyzed charts and graphs of crime trends and more. This feature enables command staff to quickly make informed decisions about where to focus personnel and other agency resources.

The CompStat Management Dashboard allows agency command staff to view a full array of agency statistics, including exactly how many crimes, accidents, and traffic citations have occurred within a jurisdiction over an agency-determined period of time.

Data Dissemination

Accurate data is of little benefit if it is not accessible to those who need it. Spillman’s unique architecture is specifically designed for live data sharing, equipping personnel with seamless data exchange between all divisions of an agency and between agencies. The software’s unsurpassed search capabilities allow information to be accessed from virtually anywhere in the system, with tools such as cross-table and wildcard searching. Additionally, the Spillman Analytics module includes a Dissemination Table tool, which allows agencies to send information out on a pre-set schedule and then track its dissemination. Community members may also access useful crime statistics through Spillman’s public-facing CrimeMonitor® module. CrimeMonitor is a secure, web-based crime pin mapping and analytics dashboard where the agency can publish information on all or select incidents.

Collection of Data

Spillman’s fully integrated Records Management System (RMS) enables effective ILP initiatives and benefits agencies by providing personnel with detailed data analyses. Agency personnel can feel confident that when a query is made, the latest and most relevant information is returned. From the initiation of a call for service to the officer responding from a mobile data terminal, all information is instantly saved to the centralized, integrated database. Spillman’s RMS software reduces the potential for duplicate records by requiring users to check for existing records before entering new information. This single data entry format is vital to crime analytics and Intelligence-Led Policing, as it allows agency personnel to access their entire database in one search and utilize all relevant records.

Related Modules

Command Staff Productivity Dashboard
CompStat Management Dashboard
Pin Mapping
Spillman Analytics

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Spillman customer Kurt Moldrup talks about how Spillman’s crime analytics software helps his agency identify and quickly respond to crime trends within the community.