This project developed and tested an analytic method for extracting useful info. from suspicious behavior reports that were voluntarily given by concerned citizens using 911. The objectives were to: (1) Apply data mining approaches to a commonly available data source in order to produce operationally relevant findings; (2) Develop and document an analytic process that identifies, analyzes, prioritizes, and visualizes suspicious activity data that law enforcement agencies or fusion centers can incorporate into their standard operating procedures; (3) Identify successful processes that allow state and local agencies to integrate and analyze multiple data sources related to potential terrorist threats. Charts and tables.License Tag Data and Model Descriptions from Potential Surveillance Calls PT Cruiser Black/Dark Blue, MD AAA 111 Toyota Corolla Silver, DC BBB 222 ... ~ 1, 300, 000 calls for service (Police and Fire) Final Report 3-21 Using 911 Calls for Identifying Potential Analysis of Potential. Cluster Date Location Target 1 1/23/ 2006 14th Street Bridge Traffic and bridge 3/1/2006 I-395 NB at Maine Ave (on I- 395)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Developing and Testing a Method for Using 911 Calls for Identifying Potential Pre-Planning Terrorist Surveillance Activities|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-11|