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Thesis Prezintation

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Continuation
Algorithm Store
How do the police use these formulas for analysis?
Crime Volume = Index + Non-Index Crimes
Formulas
Crime Rate = Crime Volume / Population
Monthly Sum of Crime Volume
Average Monthly Crime Rate =
Population

Average Monthly = Monthly Sum of Non-Index Crimes
Non-Index Crime Rate Population
Solved Cases
Crime Solution Efficiency = X 100%
Crime Volume
Cleared Cases
Crime Clearance Efficiency = X 100%
Crime Volume
Average Monthly = Monthly Sum of Index Crimes
Index Crime Rate Population
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Step 10: Repeat step 2 for cleared(filed at-large)
Step 11: Repeat step 3 for cleared(filed at-large)
Step 12: Compute the sum of solved and cleared crimes for total cleared
Step 13: Compute the differential of total uncleared to total of cleared
Step 14: Output the total index crime for each attribute
Step 15: Calculate crime volume by using its equation
Step 16: Calculate crime solution efficiency by using its equation
Step 17: Calculate crime clearance efficiency by using its equation
Step 18: Calculate average monthly crime rate by using its equation
Step 19: Calculate average monthly index crime rate by using its equation
Step 20: Output the calculations then analyze the alertness level of the
location
Step 1: Identify Classification of Offense
Step 2: Input Number of reported Crimes to its specified classification
Step 3:Compute the sum of the reported crimes for the total of index/non-index crime
Step 4: Repeat step 2 for arrested criminals
Step 5: Repeat step 3 for arrested criminals
Step 6: Repeat step 2 for at-large crimes
Step 7: Repeat step 3 for at-large crimes
Step 8: Repeat step 2 for solved(filed arrested)
Step 9: Repeat step 3 for solved(filed arrested)
Homicide
Cattle Rustling
Click to add text
Google Map API and Charts
Algorithm and Computation
Introduction
Related Studies and Proposed Solution
Crime Mapping
- to create a Crime Mapping Analytics System using
No proper mapping system:
They only map crimes during monthly presentations
Old way of mapping is by using PowerPoint
Data comes in weekly and is processed by batch
Background of PNP Cagayan de Oro's current system
With a proper system, mapping crimes will be faster and easier
It would greatly help on PNP - Cagayan de Oro's crime prevention efforts
Crime analysis would be more effective:
-Crime hotspots can easily be identified
-Crime patterns are easier to predict
Significance of the study
Analytics
Two classifications of crimes:
Index Crimes
Non-index Crimes
Problem Statement
Time consuming
Unsorted files
Handwritten records
Illegible hand writing
Data loss
Crime analysis is ineffective
Crime pattern prediction is ineffective
Crime Mapping Analytics for
Cagayan de Oro City -
Philippine National Police
by:
Jamin, Alde June B.
Manun-og, Sarah Joyce F.
Lleno, Jan Arvynn Philip Q.
Colina, Sherwin O.
Index Crimes
Murder
Homicide
Physical Injuries
Theft
Carnapping
Cattle Rustling
Rape
Robbery
Non-index Crimes
Attempted Rape
Attempted Robbery
Attempted Homicide
Harassment
RA 9287 (Illegal Gambling)
RA 9262 (Domestic Violence)
PD 1619 (Rugby)
Threats
Trespassing
Alarm & Scandal
Assault/Resistance to Authority
Malicious Mischief
Slander & Libel
Direct Assault
RA 8294 (Illegal possession of firearms)


Damage to Property/Arson
Concealing Deadly Weapon
Unjust Vexation
Estafa & Falsification
Lasciviousness Acts
Violation of Article 168
Non-index Crimes
Google Maps API
A software that allows developers to integrate Google Maps into their websites
The development software that the group will use to design the map of Cagayan de Oro
99.995% site and data availability is guaranteed due to the fact that it would be powered by Google's infrastructure
Google Chart API
A tool that lets web application developers create charts from some data and embed it in a web page
It will be used to generate charts for the 'Statistical Analysis Report' of the group's Crime Mapping Analytics
Crime Analysis Works
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Full Portion
= 40% up of Crime Volume per month

Heightened
= 10% to 39% per month

Normal Alert
= 9% below Crime Volume per month
Proposed
Solution
Literature Review
- International Studies
- Local Studies
International
Studies
Local Study
- a crime mapping system for the Law Enforcement
PNP Headquarters
"Computerized Mapping as a Tool for Problem-Oriented Policing"
"UC’s digital crime map study draws jurors’ nod in Asian research confab"
mapping problem identification
analyzing crime problems
development of interventions
- using GIS for :
- using Geogaphic Information System (GIS) to enhance crime prevention
Cordillera Crime Mapping
Google Maps API
Google Charts
Analytics Algoritm
Conclusion
Proposed user interfaces of the system
Proposed symbols for crimes
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