As an analyst, you play a crucial role in solving crimes. Harnessing the power of graphs and the many features of GraphAware Hume can help stop criminals and bring justice to their victims. With the increasing advancements in technology, it is now easier than ever to track suspects and gather evidence that can aid in an investigation. One of the most powerful tools available to you is the capability of performing geospatial and temporal analysis.
Networks are all around us, both locally and globally, and are becoming increasingly complex. The prevalence of networks has led to the widespread use of network analysis tools. While network analysis in criminal intelligence is still a novel concept, there has been a growing interest in recent years as law enforcement agencies adopt cutting-edge graph-based tools to solve crimes.Graphs are an underutilised intelligence toolGraphs can provide valuable insights for intelligence analysts. They allow for a visual representation of relationships between individuals and groups, the detection of criminal patterns, and early identification of potential threats.
London, January 25th - GraphAware Hume announces partnership with the Western Australia Police Force to deliver criminal graph analytics.
The webinar Graphs in Criminal Intelligence was run by Dan Newland, General Manager of ANZ, GraphAware, who is highly experienced with the implementation of graph solutions in several government organisations in Australia.