(March 27, 2017) Case Closed™ Software, a division of crime fighting software leader Crime Tech Solutions, LLC, announced today that they have signed contract with a large well-known and historic county in Tennessee. The mid-sized Sheriff’s Department in the Volunteer State chose Case Closed Software after a long, thorough search for a solution provider capable of delivering “a … More Tennessee county turns to Case Closed for investigation management
February 24, 2017 – Austin, TX Crime Tech Solutions, a fast-growing software company in Leander, TX today announced that a large, England based intelligence training organization has standardized on the their powerful link analysis software for all ongoing end-user training. Under the terms of the agreement, Crime Tech Solutions will provide the core link analysis software that will … More UK Intelligence Training Provider Selects Crime Tech Solutions
The following article is the work of Joe Muscolino and originally appears at http://www.signature-reads.com/2017/02/jill-leovy-on-preventive-policing-and-its-effect-on-black-communities/ . Crime Tech Weekly, is reposting for the convenience of our readers. This may not come as a shock: there’s very little incentive in America to fix the homicide rates plaguing the poorer parts of our country’s cities. The fact that it’s not that shocking … More Jill Leovy on Preventive Policing and Its Effect on Black Communities
(February 3, 2017) Case Closed™ Software, a division of fast-growing crime fighting software provider Crime Tech Solutions, LLC, has announced a new multi-year contract with a law enforcement agency in the great State of Iowa. The mid-sized Hawkeye State police department selected Case Closed due to its robust Property & Evidence functionality, along with its highly-regarded Investigation Case Management … More Case Closed™ Software signs contract with Iowa-based Police Department
(January 20, 2017) Crime Tech Solutions, LLC – a fast-growing and vibrant investigation and crime analytics software company based in Austin, TX – today announced that they have secured a multi-year contract to provide advanced criminal intelligence and crime analysis software to a progressive Northern California police department. The Bay Area city of approximately 300,000 residents is implementing the … More Crime Tech Solutions inks multi-year contract in California
For law enforcement and other police service agencies, the ability to rapidly manage and interpret massive amounts of data is of paramount importance. Front line officers require timely and accurate data that enables intelligence-led decision making, and officers must be deployed proactively in order to deter and prevent criminal behavior. As we have written before, the true lifeblood … More A Look at Digital Policing
Lost in the news of the recent demise of New Zealand based crime-fighting software developer Wynyard Group, is an interesting report published just weeks before the company ceased operations. According to the study, just 55% of U.S. law enforcement agencies currently utilize investigative case management software (CMS), and the majority of users are unhappy with their current systems. Thirty-seven percent … More The Case for Investigative Case Management
The following article is a continuation, of sorts, to our article ‘Intelligent Gang Intelligence’ on September 28… CalGang is a California statewide database that law enforcement agencies use to store and disseminate information about gang activities and suspected gang members. The system has been in place for more than ten years, but has remained largely hidden … More The CalGang Audit: Lessons Learned for Law Enforcement.
The following article appears in California State University’s Coyote Chronicle, written by Geraldine Carrillo. Crime Tech Weekly has reposted the article in full for our readers’ convenience… “There is going to be a fight today after school on Walnut St.,” was a post on Facebook from one of my friends during my sophomore year of … More Social Media leads to Hate crimes
The following article originally appeared at In Public Safety, and is a highly recommended read. It was written by Erik Kleinsmith at American Military University. Crime Tech Weekly is posting the article in its entirety for our readers’ convenience… By Erik Kleinsmith Staff, Intelligence Studies, American Military University On November 24, 1971, a man using the … More Hunting for D.B. Cooper – A study in analytics.