Cops and Computers: Big Data Knows What You Did This Summer

Print More

Photo by luckey_son via Flickr

The large volume of information used for so-called “predictive policing” is rapidly changing the way police do their jobs. University of District of Columbia law professor Andrew Guthrie Ferguson says in a Washington Post podcast that it’s also crowding out other strategies for keeping America’s cities safe . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!