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CCTNS I – Setting the Baseline

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0 GIS-BASED CRIME ANALYTICS

1 CCTNS I – Setting the Baseline
CCTNS spans across 28 States and 7 UT's covering all 15,000+ Police Stations and 6,000+ Higher Police Offices Includes Horizontal connectivity of Police units (linking police units at various levels within the States – Police Stations, District Police Offices, State Headquarters, SCRB and States, through State Headquarters and SCRB, to NCRB at GOI level) Vertical connectivity, linking Police functions at State and Central level to external entities. Automation of Policing process and generation of nationwide digital database via customized CAS Citizen’s interface to provide basic services to citizens

2 CCTNS I – The Data Provider
CAS Centre ` SDC FIR Registration

3 Emergency Response System- The Data provider
SATELLITE IMAGERY DISPATCHER CALLTAKER PCR VAN WITH MDT Event Help Arrived Wireless Communication with Field Officers PRI Line from Exchange to Police Control Room Police Control Room Dispatched Nearest Patrol Vehicle GRPS TOWER GRPS SERVICE PROVIDER DATA CENTER MTNL / BSNL EXCHANGE VECTOR MAP DIAL 100 DESTRESS CALLER

4 CCTNS II – Advanced Solutions
GIS Based Crime Analytics Computer Aided Dispatch & Traffic Management System Mobile Data Terminals Biometrics Automated Fingerprint Identification System, Automated Facial Recognition System, Fingerprint Enrollment Devices

5 Why 'Geo-Crime Analysis' ?
Large volume of crime data available and being digitized CCTNS Phase I Existing Computer aided Dispatch/ PCR System Current system Provides tabular reports Current Report not Geospatial enabled Location based decision support is impossible Planning & Resource allocation is a nightmare Visualization of geo-enabled crime data is need of the hour 'Geo-Crime Analysis' is the solution for the future

6 Building blocks of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'
& STRATE GIC PLANNI NG DATA MANAGEMENT State Level (Unified Geospatial & Secured Environment) FIELD OPERATIONS  Spatial distribution of incidents  Incident Analysis  Hotspot Analysis  Predictive Analysis  Cluster, Buffer & Proximity Analysis  Facilitate seamless information exchange for visualization, dissemination and analysis.  Resource Planning  Demand Analysis  Patrolling Activities  Preventive Measures

7 Objectives of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'
To Establish Unified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE) for advanced crime and incident analysis Provide Applications to Georeference non-spatial data and data management Enable stake holders to generate an integrated view of information as required by various end users through intelligent analytics tools.

8 Stakeholders in the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Devp Project
MHA NCRB POLICE MODERNIZATION BORDER MANAGEMENT DISASTER MANAGEMENT INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES RAW NTRO DIRECTORATE REVENUE INTEL DEFENCE INTEL JOINT CIPHER BUREAU DIRECTORATE INCOME TAX IB STATE POLICE WIRELESS CRIME BRANCH PROTECTION & SECURITY RIOT CONTROL POLICE QUICK RESPONSE TEAM TRAFFIC ECONOMIC OFFENCES WING ENFORCEMENT JUVEINILE AID PROTECTION ANITI-NARCOTICS ANTI-EXTORTION MISSING PERSONS BUREAU ATS SPECIAL POLICE STATE POLICE DEPT.

9 Scope of Work To establish Unified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE) based on spatial data collected from multiple sources such as Survey of India, Urban authorities, National Informatics Center and other sources and integration with Crime Data from CCTNS Phase I and data gathered from CADS Development, testing, initial rollout and certification of 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Implementation of a National and State level GIS based crime analytics hub Customization and configuration of 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Capacity building and training activities Operations and maintenance services for a period of five years from the date of nation-wide “Go live” of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'

10 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Broad Level Architecture
External Agencies Central NCRB Passport Healthcare Analyst Work Space Server Farms IVFRT Police CAD BI Dashboard GIS Analyst 'Geo-Crime Analysis' Application Web Database Authentication Object Search Engine Web Services Transport Social Network Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) RGI Telecom SP State NCRB E-Courts Finance Analyst Work Space Server Farms GIS Data Updation GIS Desktop GIS Analyst Database Image GIS Desktop MIS RDBMS Existing – CCTNS I GIS RDBMS Document Repository Existing Triple Store GIS Data Providers Unified and Secured Geospatial Environment (USGE) SOI Services Configuration Forest Dept. GIS Data Collation Security & Authentication Catalogue Security Config Alerts Config NRSA Data Modelling Monitoring & Auditing Data Mapping Monitor & Audit Config NCRB

11 Integration of these maps with the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' application
GIS Data Management NCRB will provide base map with additional vectors layers (map) relevant to the Police department for Streets Police station and beat boundaries District boundaries State boundaries and International boundaries etc. Integration of these maps with the 'Geo-Crime Analysis' application

12 'Geo-Crime Analysis' - Basic GIS functionalities required
Measure Distance Tool Searches Measure XY values Pin Mapping Basic GIS Measure Area Tool Thematic Mapping Routing Buffer Analysis Drawing features Temporal Analysis Search for a Crime Markup Tools

13 Measure Distance Tool

14 Measure Area Tool

15 Thematic Maps

16 Temporal Analysis – Day of the Week
Complaints of Playing Cricket

17 Temporal Analysis – Month of the year

18 Temporal Analysis – Time of the Day

19 Query Command and Pin Mapping
Colour Coded Events

20 'Geo-Crime Analysis' - Advanced GIS
Incident Analysis Suspect Analysis Advanced GIS Hotspot Analysis Proximity Analysis Variation over Time Analysis Interface with proposed CADS & AVL Journey to Incident Predictive Analysis

21 Crime counts per region
Incident Analysis Crime counts per region

22 Suspect Analysis

23 GIS Driven Search & Visualization
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24 Hot Spot Mapping Definition: Options: Benefits:
Extract areas where the concentration of incidents is high Identify clusters in geographic space Options: Simple one click generation Advanced modes – assign weights, choose normalization Benefits: Distills complex information into a simple picture Effective communication products for public education Helps direct assets where they are most needed Public Disturbance 2004 Public Disturbance 2004 Domestic Dispute 2004

25 Hotspot Analysis

26 Journey to Incident

27 Variation Over Time Analysis

28 Variation Over Time Analysis

29 Interface with proposed CADS & AVLS

30 Semantic Analysis Best happy finest outstanding highest top supreme
 The normal search engine doesn't know what the words mean. It treats searches for "potato chips" and "airline tickets" in the same way -- by looking for pages that match those patterns of letters. Semantic search seeks to improve search accuracy by understanding searcher’s intent and the contextual meaning of terms as they appear in the searchable dataspace, whether on the Web or within a closed system, to generate more relevant results.  "Jane Smith, mother of Janet Brown," it can deduce that Janet Brown is the daughter of Jane Smith Same word, different meanings Different words, same meaning finest happy outstanding highest top supreme Best leading overjoyed ecstatic jubliant merry glad joyous content

31 Semantic Analysis…..contd
Based on a language-specific network of idioms it: Extracts entities Extracts inter-entity links Concepts Events / facts Categorizes into customer specific subjects/categories, or into human general categories Summarizes the text

32 Link Analysis

33 Business Intelligence & Reporting – at National Level

34 Statistical Data Analysis & Visualization
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35 Temporal, GIS & Statistical Analysis & Visualization
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36 BI Dashboards

37 BI Dashboard

38 Benefits of 'Geo-Crime Analysis'
Insights through analysis of data from disparate data sources All existing crime data gets geocoded GIS based location context for effective analysis & visualization Enable multiple analytical scenarios – Hotspot, Predictive, Change over time, Incident, Suspect Analysis etc. Provides seamless collaboration capability with multiple agencies Enhance Crime & Criminal tracking functions improve efficiency and effectiveness of policing

39 Thank You


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