Cheshire, Warrington and Halton Information Consortium
This public service partnership, comprising local councils, police and fire services, uses Esri’s ArcGIS platform to share facts about criminal activities and anti-social behaviour. With easy access to up-to-date information and improved data analysis capabilities, the partners are saving an estimated £20,000 a year, while also combating crime more effectively.
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- ArcGIS analyses data from multiple sources, allowing detailed fortnightly tactical assessments to be produced more quickly and cost effectively than before.
- Partners save time as they no longer have to distribute their data to different parties; they simply upload it to ArcGIS once for everyone to view.
- The GIS solution provides new insight into crime and anti-social behaviour, which partners use to inform crime prevention and detection strategies, helping to protect citizens.
"Now, the data analysts can use CO-STAR to do it all with a few clicks of a mouse...We estimate that we will achieve savings of £20,000 per year from this use of CO-STAR alone."
Phil Christian, Project Lead, seconded to Cheshire County Council
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