Consultant Says Denver Crime Data Plan Should Soon Be Ready


In a matter of weeks, police commanders in Denver should be able to better use statistical crime data to identify hot spots and quickly shift manpower to cover them, The Rocky Mountain News reports.

City consultant George Kelling says even though the new police data processing system will lack new computers and software initially, it still will be able to do the job. The resulting increased availability of crime data will give district police commanders a greater ability to meet shifting crime priorities.


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