City of London Police

With improved insight into where the majority of crimes occur and the locations of the most harmful crimes, City of London Police can optimise its allocation of resources and prevent more crimes.

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Royal Engineers

Esri’s ArcGIS software has been embedded into an engineering planning and control system, used by the Royal Engineers to help it build bridges, manage minefields and arrange demolitions in combat zones. GIS helps teams to complete tasks more quickly and make better decisions.

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Crime Analysis in ArcGIS Pro

Back in June came the exciting news that Crime Analysis is available for ArcGIS Pro 2.2. But what exactly does this extension do and why is it useful to anyone - crime analyst or not?

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Avon & Somerset Constabulary

When we put our police and community liaison officers on the beat, we can be confident that our beats have been designed effectively to best meet the needs of the people we serve.

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Worcestershire Community Safety Partnerships

ArcGIS makes it easy for us to collaborate with our partners to share data and create web maps. Understanding where to focus our resources is helping to reduce crime.

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Scottish Violence Reduction Unit

GIS is incorporated into military training exercise, teaching students how to plan strategically and make fast decisions in critical situations

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Lancashire County Council

We have created a Web GIS solution that citizens and neighbourhood watch teams can access to gain an up-to-date picture of crime in specific areas.

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Cheshire, Warrington and Halton Info Consortium

Our partners upload their data into ArcGIS once and make it available for everyone to analyse and share crime prevention strategies.

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