Predictive Policing Name Institutional Affiliation Professor’s Name Date Submitted Major Issues Big data refers to the information collected by the police officers with the aim of using it in predicting crimes (Pearsall 2010). The data pool is crucial in the process of providing an efficient estimation of what the officers should expect and therefore providing a way forward for the issue. The Vancouver Police Department has put in place the use of the predictive policing and the process has been working so far (VPD 2018). The technology provides futuristic options that allow the officers to have a hint of where crimes may occur and therefore resulting in the increase of patrol cars in such areas. The advancements in technology make it possible to use big data in crime prediction. Efficient policing allows the officers to combine the cheat sheet and determine the analysis process of the areas prone to enforcement information specialists. Blue Line 25(8). Jackson E. (2015 February 24). New technology helps Vancouver police predict future crimes | Metro Vancouver [Video file]. Retrieved from www.metronews.ca Jagadish H. (2015 November 16). The promise and perils of predictive policing based on big data. Retrieved from theconversation.com Liu J. (2017 December 10). In Your Face: China's all-seeing state [Video file]. Retrieved from www.bbc.com Pearsall B. (2010 June). Predictive Policing: The Future of Law Enforcement? National Institute of Justice (266). Prox R. (2013 August 29). Establishing an Analytics Culture in Public Safety. Retrieved from www.govtech.com Prox R. & Griffiths C. T. (2015). Introduction to the Special Issue. Retrieved from www.tandfonline.com TechKnow. (2015 August 27). Predictive Policing Technology - TechKnow [Video file]. Retrieved from www.youtube.com VPD. (2018). Vancouver Police Department. Retrieved from geodash.vpd.ca VPD. (2018). Crime Heat Maps - Vancouver Police Department. Retrieved from vancouver.ca Woodie A. (2014 July 31). Police Push the Limits of Big Data Technology. Retrieved from https://www.datanami.com/2014/07/31/police-push-limits-big-data-technology/ [...]
Need 3-4 pages,1.5 spacing briefing notes with the point-form format, about the required readings and videos. It doesn't have to be like a formal essay, informal is fine. Care more about contents, not format. I listed the further details about what to include in briefing notes, just to read the instruction file CAREFULLY AND THOROUGHLY. the required readings and videos are very short, just enjoy them.