Amadeus cookies policy - you'll see this message only once.

Amadeus use cookies on this website. They help us to know a little bit about you and how you use our website, which improves the browsing experience and marketing - both for you and for others. They are stored locally on your computer or mobile device. To accept cookies, continue browsing as normal. Or, go to the privacy policy for more information.

Supporting UK Police Forces with SAS Analytics and Data Science

There's been a lot of discussion over how data analytics and data science can support police services in their work. The true extent of the opportunities available is often underestimated, however, SAS is on a mission to shed new light on the subject. 

Data Science in UK Police Forces Amadeus Small

Analytics in action with Gloucestershire Police

Do you automate the production of your essential incident reports? Are you struggling to identify key trends in your crime data? Discover how Gloucestershire Police has improved its insight to better understand long-term crime trends and seasonality to optimise resource allocation.

 "In Gloucestershire, we recognise that data has to be up to date, accurate and readily available to a range of supervisors with different requirements. The dashboards we produce meet this varied need and we are beginning to see local managers putting the data to good use in problem solving to reduce crime and demand." 

ACC Moss, Gloucestershire Police

Find out more 

Keeping communities safer with analytics 

A series of blogs looking at how analytics could and should be used to benefit modern policing.

Read more

Want to learn more about how SAS could support your force?

SAS will be hosting an service-focused webinar on 10th July to discuss how SAS analytics can enable polices to excel in an environment of constant change, influenced by the pressure of reducing operational costs, increasing use of technology in crime and changing crime patterns. The webinar will focus on two specific areas of analytics: 

  • Predictive demand and resource management.
  • Response to serious organised crime and investigations.

Register to attend

 

 Want to discuss how SAS analytics could be used to further your force's insight? Contact our experts today.