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My 1st Seminar (GIS for Crime Detection)

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GIS For Crime Detection Faculty of Computer & Information Sciences
Information System Department
2010-2011 Presented by: Sherif Mohamed Ahmed

Nourhan Ibrahim Mohamed

Randa Mohamed Salah Eldin

Sherif Osama Hamed

Ahmed Mohsen Mustapha Under the supervision of
ESRI North East Africa Agenda Introduction
Problem definition
Motivation
Objective
Why GIS?
UML diagrams
SW Development Methodology
System overview “Architecture”
Project phases
Time Plan
References Introduction Crime is a human phenomenon; therefore its distribution in space is not random.

There are many conventional tools that allow crime data analysis, but GIS software can create a single visual output that combines multiple data layers into a meaningful output. Problem Definition The percentage has rapidly increased especially in the last 5 years.

Difficulty in controlling and monitoring crimes due to lack of records and tracking. Why GIS? SW development Methodology Simulate Crime environment using Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Building maps using ArcGIS Desktop 9.2

Building the application using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 & ArcObjects System Overview (Architecture) Project Phases The fundamental strength of GIS over traditional crime analytical tools and methods is the ability to visualize, analyze and explain the criminal activity in a spatial context.

Our GIS system allows the users to view, interpret and visualize data of crimes committed, ambulance places, telephone booth’s locations and police stations in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports and charts. Project Output Sponsored By Time Plan UML Diagrams Use Case Diagram System Sequence Diagram Domain Model Motivation Objective Simulate a crime environment, create an application that will enable police officers to Monitor crimes (type – time – number of victims & location).

 Reporting & analysis of crimes in order to reduce rates with the aid of maps. The significant rate of undetected crimes in Egypt resulted from the increase of unemployment and inflation has spread panic and fear around the country which resulted in decrease of trust Prison population nowadays in Egypt is 80,000
In 1996 the murder rate was 0.3/100,000 , Nowadays the murder rate is 2/100,000 , Theft rate is 60/100,000 and Rapes 0.03/100,000
References Travel.State.Gov http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1108.html

GIS Development http://www.gisdevelopment.net/application/military/defence/mi04184b.htm

Dr. R. Sahu
Indian Institute of Information
Technology & Management Gwalior
E-mail: sahu_rajendra@hotmail.com

ESRI North East Africa Prof. Dr. Mohamed Hashem AbdelAziz
T.A. Pakinam Boghdady
Thank You
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