Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation is a desktop application that provides advanced crime pattern, series and trend analysis, predictive analytics, crime mapping and advanced reporting for crime and intelligence analysis. The Workstation application assists analysts in pattern identification, data mining, analysis and prediction of serial events. Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation also includes automated COMPSTAT reporting that analyzes data and combines results into a single PDF report for decision makers.
Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation combines global searches, custom filters, and other advanced data mining technologies to identify crime series and patterns in any data. These results are then analyzed quickly and easily using a variety of statistical, spatial and temporal tools that help you forecast where and when crimes will occur.
Turn analytical findings into actionable recommendations that can be disseminated internally for action and response. Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation allows analysts to select from hundreds of ad-hoc temporal, spatial, statistical and tabular reports that contain intuitive maps, graphs and statistical results. Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation also includes automated COMPSTAT reporting that analyzes data and combines results into a single PDF report.
This solution gives analysts, investigators and command staff the information they need to make intelligence-driven decisions. The user-friendly interface, automated query tools and reports make it a critical tool that all agencies should have in their crime-fighting arsenal.
Next-Event Prediction - Forecast and predict events spatially and temporally.
Mapping - In addition to Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation’s built in mapping interface, users can open and update spatial data in Google Earth and ESRI ArcGIS directly from the Workstation.
COMPSTAT - Create daily, weekly and monthly COMPSTAT reports in seconds.
Statistical Analysis - Accurint Crime Analysis Workstation’s COMPSTAT and statistical modules provide comprehensive statistical analysis of law enforcement data, including pivot tables, frequencies and regression.