MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
CIS 500 - Information Systems for Decision Making
Assignment 1 Submitted by
KARRI SAIRAMAKRISHNA BUCHIREDDY
Student Id. No: 200094667
Under the esteemed guidance of
Dr. Robert E. Culver, D.B.A.
STRAYER UNIVERSITY, ARLINGTON CAMPUS, VIRGINA.
Crime is the one major factor which affects the life of the entire world and the people. This crime is mainly control by police departments. With information technology, we can easily reduce transgressions. In the past, we used random patrols of the streets. This technique required more man power and more time. As human beings we face, some restrictions such as we can’t smell as well as dogs, we can’t hear as well as bat, we can’t see as well as eagle but we have intelligence which other animals do not. Because of this intelligence, we are able to develop the Information technology which plays a vital role in the decrease of crime. How do we do this? We use technology to speed up the process by 100%. We are capable of tracking criminals. The information technologies have both a blessing and a curse. For example, It is only depend on the user if police is using for catch thief is blessing other hand if it is used by criminal to do crime is cruse. The latest technique for are designed by U.S. police force. If we are proficient of get information about the future occurrence, we are able to stop the crime before it happen. We are using Information Technology to predict the weather, climate, to catch thieves, control the traffic, in addition to thermal imaging, internet data analysis, etc. In recent days, the U.S police used thermal imaging technology to find the terrorist of Boston bombing. This was carried out with the help of the thermal imaging technique in which they use the equipment that can to identify the heat produce by body. After 2 days of inspection, they found the person who did this unbelievable bombing at the race. They found this person in the boat. This is great achievement to develop new technology. In 1990, the New York police department draws the technology which is predicting the future occurrences. They collected data for 6 years after these undergoes the analysis these data with the help of information technology. They predicted the future occurrences which helped predict the hotspot locations. Technology used for this is COMPSTAT. COMPSTAT means computer Statistics. COMPSTAT uses GIS (geographic Information Systems) to map the locations of the crimes that happen, map dilemma area, and discover “hotspots”. This method is based on the developed and designed algorithms of mathematics which predict prospect crime. COMPSTAT was formed by the New York City Police Department to enhanced contract with crime at the sector stage, found on what types and frequencies of crimes were really occurrence on usual roots. COMPSTAT is not a computer arrangement or software wrap up, but slightly a managerial administration tool anywhere offense maps and info are used to dynamically board crime in the areas anywhere it is required the majority. “COMPSTAT emphasizes answerability at all levels contained by the union and give emphasis to the rapid recognition of troubles with artistic solutions. COMPSTAT has been qualified with declining crime and mounting value of living in New York City in excess of the previous eighteen years”. (Bratton, 1998; Kelling & Bratton, 1998; Shane, 2007). The COMPSTAT model is a management method contained by a presentation organization structure that synthesizes investigation of offence and anarchy data, calculated dilemma solving, and a clear answerability dilemma solving, and a clear answerability makeup. It make possible perfect and well-timed breakdown of crime and muddle data, which is used to identify crime prototype and tribulations. Based on this examination, customized responses are put into practice in the course of rapid operation of personnel and possessions a...
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