crime analysis

10Dec 2012

“The FBI’s UCR Program is a nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of more than 18,000 city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention. Since 1930, the FBI has administered the UCR Program and continued to assess and monitor the nature and type of […]

09Jul 2012

“Predictive-analytics software is the latest piece of policing technology working its way into law-enforcement stations around the country….it calculates its forecasts based on times and locations of previous crimes, combined with sociological information about criminal behavior and patterns.”  Threat Analysis Group, LLC has been using similar technology for 7+ years for our private sector clients. […]

06Dec 2011

Security professionals operating in today’s increasingly competitive environments face the unique challenge of providing security that reduces crime and loss, is cost effective, and does not expose their organizations to undue liability.  Success can only be achieved through a carefully orchestrated balancing act of three factors: – Selecting and deploying effective security measures – Working […]

07Sep 2011

“A new crime-busting warehouse is helping officers spot crime trends as they develop in real time. IBM’s Crime Information Warehouse (CIW) is a lean, mean data-mining machine that puts all the little pieces of the puzzle together to help police anywhere connect crimes, spot trends, and crack cases faster, sometimes even before new crimes happen.” […]

30Jun 2011

Over the past couple of years, Threat Analysis Group, LLC has published several articles on hospital security.  The articles address the security risk assessment process, in depth threat assessments, vulnerability analysis and security design consulting specifically for hospitals.  All of the articles are available free on our website:   Strategic Hospital Security Hospital Threat Assessments […]

31May 2011

“Preliminary figures indicate that, as a whole, law enforcement agencies throughout the Nation reported a decrease of 5.5 percent in the number of violent crimes brought to their attention in 2010 when compared to figures reported for 2009. The violent crime category includes murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. The number of property crimes […]

10Mar 2011

As many security professionals of open campuses know, identifying who is coming on your property is challenging.  Keeping the bad guy off the property is difficult in open environments such as university campuses, hospitals, retail stores, and shopping centers.  One hospital may have found a possible solution using facial recognition technology. Read the complete article […]