CrimiNee!

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Presentation on Esri European User Conference 2011 by Esri Netherlands and CrimiNee!

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CrimiNee!

  1. 1. Peter J.H.G. van den Ende MPA Frits van der SchaafBrabant, Chief of Police Director Business DevelopmentDirector CrimiNee! & Field Lab Brainport Secure Lane Esri NederlandChairman National Assembly ofRegional Platforms for Crime Control Esri European Conference Madrid, 27 October 2011
  2. 2. The Regional Platform for Crime Reduction CrimiNee!Created as Public Private Partnership between:• Police / Government Ministries / Public Prosecution• Science / Universities.• Business partners / Industry associations.• The Foundation of Technology and Safety.
  3. 3. Facts• Over 90% of all 112 calls require unnecessary follow-up due to lack of information (verification)• Partners in the safety chain use different terminology• Too many local solutions, no integration possible• Many video surveillance projects fail due to high costs of broadband telecom• Unnecessary government concerns of private sector “blue forces”• Public and private partners unable to develop affordable solutions• Limited technical integration of various vendors
  4. 4. Vision CrimiNee!Eliminate system & informationchain failuresTerritorial configurationsreplaced by netcentricconfigurations.
  5. 5. Perspectives• Organizational approach – Public + Private industry together• Technical approach (Program of requirements)• Political administrative approach – Crossing territories and private vs public tasks• Legal approach – Privacy and private data sets 112, police task – Define role, task and authority, determine how data can be used
  6. 6. Role CrimiNee!• Promote new safety- and security concepts• Innovation in technology and information chain• Create netcentric configuration (vs territorial configurations):Regional Monitoring Room – Common operational picture of public and private data streams – Validate 112 calls by combining data streams – Pattern recognition to prevent crime
  7. 7. Programs• Secure Lane• Safe Industrial / Business Parks• Safe Town Centres• Secure Parking• Robbers Live on Screen.• Security of money storage depots.
  8. 8. Regional Monitoring Room• Public – Private coalitions to share efficiently information that is up-to-date, valid and reliable• To provide local, regional and inter-regional information to manage the safety proces chain solving and preventing problems • Create connected networks• Develop predictive values to improve safety (pattern recognition) and prevention• Work according the same protocols and common operating picture• Cameras on parkings are connected with business parks.• Live camera surveillance from the Regional Monitoring Room.• Direct connection and transfer of info to the control rooms of Police, Fire Brigade and Health Services.
  9. 9. Regional Monitoring Room Information Chain• Intelligent controls (ANPR, Drome) – Reading license plates, person recognition• Process control, validated incidents• Manage actions based on accurate informationExample: robbery – Inside (Securitas etc) – Outside (Police camera) – Abstraction of data (not person name, but classification etc) Public Public Private Private central inside outside control room
  10. 10. Secure Lane and parking
  11. 11. The results• The public and the private domain are safer.• No information is lost between the public and private partners.• The Regional Monitoring Room (RMR ®) is the central node (Detection and Analysis) and is complementary to Private Alarm Centers and the joint control room of Police, Fire Brigade and Health Services (Choice and Coordination of Actions).• Cooperation is efficient (roles are clear), effective (both prevention and law enforcement) and low costs (for governments and businesses).• Chain and system failures are reduced to a minimum.
  12. 12. Thank you for your attention!Movie: Netcentric work by meansof a common operational picture

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