By William Schwabe, Lois M. Davis, Brian A. Jackson
This record offers findings of a research of know-how in use or wanted by way of legislations enforcement organizations on the kingdom and native point, for the aim of informing federal policymakers as they give thought to technology-related help for those firms.
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Fourth, regardless of its effects on the overall crime rate, CCTV can be a very useful tool in investigating statistically rare but serious criminal offences such as acts of terrorism, murder and rape. Finally, even when CCTV is shown to have a limited impact on crime, it provides a very useful tool for the police to manage the problem of informational uncertainty and for allocating resources to incidents (Norris and Armstrong, 1999, pp. 205−206). Although the arguments above include concern about the technology’s effectiveness (and represent an example of the negative publicity that can be associated with a technology), they also introduce another concept as well.
SITUATION REPORTING Before police agencies can respond to a crime in progress or the aftereffects of criminal activity, they must become aware of what is happening within their jurisdiction. As a result, characterizing the assets that are available to these organizations for situational reporting is an important first step in the analysis of their technological needs. Emergency Reporting Systems 911 systems provide a means for the public to report emergencies to the police. Availability of 911 systems has steadily increased over the years for which data are available.
2 The second question—where do we need to go—depends more on perceptions. We knew from previous work that answers to questions of this sort can be expected to vary widely, depending on one’s organizational perspective, time horizon, and experience level. Accordingly, we chose a dual-track approach: first, include questions ______________ 2 For the LETS survey to local police, percentages have been statistically adjusted to represent the entire population. See Appendix A for a description of the adjustment methodology.