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Making a DifferenceWith Data#madwdCrime and Justice- Sarah Drummond
+(my )police
we want to strike a balancebetween qualitative andquantitative feedback
“Crime mapping bringsaccountability to the armchair foreveryone who wants to monitorcrime on their street.”
Where is it?Don’t hide your data, be proud of it and share it
data.gov.ukMOJhomeoffice
gov websites
police sites
gov initiatives (police.uk)
providing APIs(Application programing interface)
America/.eu sitesMore like a market place
make it easier for us tofind your data and stats
How is it being used?     It’s not all crime maps
“Watching this in live time can show you therelationship between topography and crime.The lower you go, the higher the cri...
“Essentially this data can tellyou where to buy drugs”
AT&T         12:34 PMWhere’s my   Settings   Where’s my drugs at?drugs at?             Drug free zone             Where’s ...
Get home             safe App“You can check the map forstreets to avoid”
data.gov.uk local paper
AccuracyPeople take this stuff seriously
“We centre point mark, that’staking a crime to happen at themidpoint between two junctions”
AT&T             12:34 PM                  AT&T   12:34 PM              Settings     Bargain Bin Property                 ...
How do we get fromspreadsheet to chart?
We’re not all ‘stattos’ anddevelopers...
Who’s role is it anyway?       State versus public
11-13 March 201148 HOURS TO DESIGN A NEW SERVICE
BBC+data.gov.ukmashup
Jailbreak 2010http://jailbrake.org/
Rewiredstate.orgCrime and justice day
Postcode lottery
visualising policecomplaints
priorities and crimerates in the same page
complaints comparison
make your data easyto use
Doug Mccune,revisualising SF
Guardian worked withpolice.uk data
tweetboxhttp://vimeo.com/21013867
+(my )police
Justice and Home office datapublished in PDF and Excel,which was a little like trying tomake a soufflé using fried eggshid...
So;Keep it simpleEngage often and earlyAddress common fearsMake it easy for people
sarah@mypolice.orghttp://mypolice.org
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
MADWD - Crime and Justice, Sarah Drummond
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  1. 1. Making a DifferenceWith Data#madwdCrime and Justice- Sarah Drummond
  2. 2. +(my )police
  3. 3. we want to strike a balancebetween qualitative andquantitative feedback
  4. 4. “Crime mapping bringsaccountability to the armchair foreveryone who wants to monitorcrime on their street.”
  5. 5. Where is it?Don’t hide your data, be proud of it and share it
  6. 6. data.gov.ukMOJhomeoffice
  7. 7. gov websites
  8. 8. police sites
  9. 9. gov initiatives (police.uk)
  10. 10. providing APIs(Application programing interface)
  11. 11. America/.eu sitesMore like a market place
  12. 12. make it easier for us tofind your data and stats
  13. 13. How is it being used? It’s not all crime maps
  14. 14. “Watching this in live time can show you therelationship between topography and crime.The lower you go, the higher the crime is”
  15. 15. “Essentially this data can tellyou where to buy drugs”
  16. 16. AT&T 12:34 PMWhere’s my Settings Where’s my drugs at?drugs at? Drug free zone Where’s my dealers? Watch out, cops about
  17. 17. Get home safe App“You can check the map forstreets to avoid”
  18. 18. data.gov.uk local paper
  19. 19. AccuracyPeople take this stuff seriously
  20. 20. “We centre point mark, that’staking a crime to happen at themidpoint between two junctions”
  21. 21. AT&T 12:34 PM AT&T 12:34 PM Settings Bargain Bin Property Bargain Bin Property Burglary up by 30%. House prices at all time low Burglary up by 20%. House prices falling. See more £- £+“I actually used the crime map tochoose the flat I would rent”
  22. 22. How do we get fromspreadsheet to chart?
  23. 23. We’re not all ‘stattos’ anddevelopers...
  24. 24. Who’s role is it anyway? State versus public
  25. 25. 11-13 March 201148 HOURS TO DESIGN A NEW SERVICE
  26. 26. BBC+data.gov.ukmashup
  27. 27. Jailbreak 2010http://jailbrake.org/
  28. 28. Rewiredstate.orgCrime and justice day
  29. 29. Postcode lottery
  30. 30. visualising policecomplaints
  31. 31. priorities and crimerates in the same page
  32. 32. complaints comparison
  33. 33. make your data easyto use
  34. 34. Doug Mccune,revisualising SF
  35. 35. Guardian worked withpolice.uk data
  36. 36. tweetboxhttp://vimeo.com/21013867
  37. 37. +(my )police
  38. 38. Justice and Home office datapublished in PDF and Excel,which was a little like trying tomake a soufflé using fried eggshidden under a pile of flat caps
  39. 39. So;Keep it simpleEngage often and earlyAddress common fearsMake it easy for people
  40. 40. sarah@mypolice.orghttp://mypolice.org
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