Real-time system stays ahead of crooks

Motorola Solutions
Tuesday, 19 March, 2013


An integrated law enforcement system from Motorola combines video, sensors, alarms and computer-aided dispatch.

Information is everywhere, but capturing and filtering the right information and turning it into intelligence continues to be a challenge for law enforcement. A Real-Time Crime Centre solution from Motorola Solutions is giving law enforcement officers approaching an incident more operational intelligence than ever before.

Inputs from multiple data sources such as video, sensors, alarms, computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records are processed with real-time analytics to deliver one operational view. This enables better situational awareness and allows for more proactive responses resulting in smarter and safer decisions.

Situational awareness is made actionable with integration of a radio console to enable real-time direct voice communications with officers in the field, and real-time video streaming to a vehicle or handheld device over existing carrier or private wireless networks.

The MCC 7100 IP Dispatch Console enables full command of situations directly from the Real-Time Crime Centre solution through encrypted, mission-critical dispatching capabilities.

The system also enables the integration of existing public and private sector cameras to provide additional, live views.

According to the US Police Executive Research Forum, as cited in a recent Motorola white paper, 90% of US police departments plan to increase their use of predictive policing over the next five years. The Motorola Real-Time Crime Centre solution sets the foundation for agencies to operationalise these predictive policing strategies and realise the full promise of their video surveillance investments by turning video into a real-time crime-fighting tool.

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