Crime Prevention Accelerator
Help reduce crime by streamlining onsite inspection, data collection, and assessment after burglaries.
Automate the residential security survey process and help prevent future burglaries
- Customize on-premises or online end-to-end inspection framework.
- Centralize and improve your management and reporting.
- Streamline development of long-term crime prevention programs.
Configure an end-to-end field inspection and data collection framework
Coordinating and managing inspection and assessment efforts after burglaries can be complex and time-consuming. Streamline inspection processes and manage data more efficiently with the crime-prevention inspection accelerator, an extensible framework built on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform. Available on-premises or online, the accelerator includes an application running on Windows 8 tablets that connects with a back-end Microsoft Dynamics CRM system. Configurable to meet different needs of governments, the accelerator helps you manage field inspectors, collect and analyze data, and provide citizens with assessments that can help prevent future burglaries.
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Improve your efficiency with centralized management and interactive dashboards
By automating field inspection and data management processes, the accelerator helps reduce paperwork and optimizes workflow for inspectors. The accelerator includes a configurable field inspection survey form and interactive dashboards that can be centrally managed. After using the survey to collect onsite information, law enforcement staff can use the dashboards to analyze data, track crime trends, and help with prevention planning. They can also generate configurable reports, or export data to Excel spreadsheet software and other applications for analysis and dissemination
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Streamline post-burglary assessments to help prevent future crimes
The accelerator provides built-in business intelligence (BI) tools such as interactive charts and heat-maps that help law enforcement staff identify crime patterns. The framework also includes a public-facing portal that citizens can use to request security surveys and suggest improvement. Government agencies can use the BI data and citizen feedback to improve service levels and design more effective crime-prevention programs
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