Esri GIS—Providing the Geographic Advantage for Intelligence-Led Policing
Law enforcement and criminal justice personnel use GIS technology by Esri to effectively perform emergency response planning, determine mitigation priorities, analyze historical events, and predict future events. GIS is used to get critical information to emergency responders upon dispatch or while en route to an incident to assist in tactical planning and response. The breadth and scope of GIS in Law Enforcement is endless. GIS is used by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies for crime and investigative analysis; community policing and public information dissemination; criminal justice and intelligence; corrections, parole, and probation; management analysis and geoaccounting; resource tracking and management; mobile/in-vehicle mapping; emergency/event management; 911 communications, and Megan's Law.
Esri's ArcGIS software provides law enforcement agencies with the ability to visualize, analyze, and even forecast problems as well as manage data to provide a more effective and proactive response. Whether you work as a police chief, commander, investigator, or patrol officer, ArcGIS enables you to leverage a full suite of tools for intelligence-led policing.