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Paul Coward: Fighting crime the Salford City way

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  • 1. Fighting crime the Salford City way
    • Paul Coward & Stephen Kearney
    • A whole new way of working developed by
  • 2. Salford's Problems
    • high crime, high deprivation, high fear
  • 3. Leading the Country in CCTV?
    • So we must therefore have integrated leading edge CCTV and monitoring
  • 4.  
  • 5. How we used to live – Summer 2008
    • Two totally independent control rooms
    • Unaware of exact camera locations
    • Unaware of what cameras could see
    • Partners asking blind for assistance
    • The public being asked to check for CCTV
    • Citizen & Councillor demands for new systems
    • No idea of the location of private cameras
  • 6. We needed a Crime Fighting Superhero
  • 7. System of many Components
    • Underlying GIS Software
    • Base Mapping Data
    • CCTV Data and Capture Methodology
    • Application Software
    • Diagnostic Data
    • Awareness and Documentation
    • Security Wrapper
  • 8. Public and Private Cameras
    • Local initiatives to capture private cameras
      • Voluntary registration
      • Captured by PCSO’s
    • Partner organisations joined in
      • University of Salford
      • British Transport Police
    • Identifies potential coverage and provides contact details
    • Not currently access to footage
  • 9. What does it do?
    • Contains key information to determine whether footage may exist or where to begin enquiries;
      • OS base mapping
      • Camera locations and contact details
      • Fields of view of all cameras
      • Other diagnostic data
        • Property owners
        • License holders
        • Chemists, petrol stations, second hand goods shops
      • OS ITN for routing
  • 10. How is it used?
    • Find potential footage for an address
    • Place an incident marker on the base mapping
    • List cameras which could potentially see incident
    • Request footage using a standard mail form
    • Create a route between up to five known points and determine any potential for footage
    • Search for nearby ‘other diagnostic information’
    • Create multiple incident locations for plotting
    • Simple plot files creation
    • Enables investigators to have a clear picture of the area - fast
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14. Investigation
    • How the system is being used
  • 15. Investigation
  • 16. Investigation
  • 17. Operational Planning
  • 18. WANTED
  • 19.  
  • 20.  
  • 21. Individual Charged
    • Charged
      • Burglary Dwelling x 1
      • Burglary Other x 1
      • Other Offences TIC
      • Burglary Dwelling x 9
      • Burglary Other x 4
      • Sentenced to 30 months imprisonment
  • 22. Major Incident
  • 23.  
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  • 26. Benefits So Far
    • Criminals caught, crimes solved
    • Reduction in enquiries, increase in quality
    • Improvement in partnership working
    • Availability of private cameras (previously unknown)
    • Time savings in investigations
    • Securing of footage that would previously have been lost
  • 27. In the 12 months since Go-Live
    • Gone from not knowing what cameras we have to having details on 660+ cameras
    • Included almost 400 private cameras
    • First point of call for serious crime and volume crime squads
    • Better focussed control rooms who receive feedback
    • Sharing of many data sets with partners in a secure manner
    • Constantly evolving uses and users across multiple-agencies
    • GIS has become the crime fighting superhero!
  • 28.
    • Questions?