COMPSTAT


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COMPSTATComputational Statistics (journal)
COMPSTATComputer Statistics (law enforcement)
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"He was one of the architects of Compstat. Slashed homicides over 70 per cent.
Bratton, who also served as LA's Police Commissioner, said: "New York is continuing an evolution, in fact, a revolution in policing that began in the 1990s, significantly assisted by Compstat. It was like a vaccine to the crime epidemic."
Information technology like CompStat could help with this monitoring, highlighting when particular patterns of disorder have flared up or died down.
Walsh WF (2001) Compstat: An analysis of an emerging police managerial paradigm.
(88) Bratton, along with Jack Maple, has been credited with championing the CompStat system with the New York Police Department (NYPD), and when Bratton was asked to lead the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), he brought his faith in data-driven policing to the West Coast.
In 2016, these included steps to improve precinct-level policing in Belize City, modernize police department technology, and expand the COMPSTAT crime-tracking system that combines statistical analysis with geographic information to better allocate police resources to high-crime areas.
Berk, Knowing When to Fold 'Em: An Essay on Evaluating the Impact of Ceasefire, Compstat, and Exile, 4 CRIMINOLOGY & PUB.
For example, in the 1990s the New York City police adopted Compstat, a crime measurement and accountability system used to strategically deploy police officers and hold district chiefs responsible for crime statistics.
She is responsible for driving regional initiatives, regional COMPSTAT and leading succession planning.
These accountability sessions came to be known as Compstat. They were ruthless, high-tension affairs.
(1) According to the New York Police Department, COMPSTAT is a statistics-based policing model.
In: Compstat 2002: Proceedings in Computational Statistics (Hardle W, Ronz B, eds).