SPIAA 64TH ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

PREDICTIVE POLICING: NEW INNOVATIONS FOR POLICING

July 20 - 24, 2015

Atlantis Hotel and Spa

3800 S. Virginia Street, Reno Nevada 89502

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Welcome to the SPIAA 64th Annual Training Conference in Reno, Nevada.

We kick off the training week with a Welcome Reception on July 20 hosted by the Atlantis Hotel and Spa. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge for the Welcome Reception.

The Training Content is Predictive Policing: New Innovations for Policing. Check the links for the tentative agenda or the training preview.

Law enforcement work is frequently reactive: Officers respond to calls for service, quell disturbances and make arrests. Today more than ever, law enforcement work is also proactive.
In proactive policing, law enforcement uses data and analyzes patterns to understand the nature of a problem. Officers devise strategies and tactics to prevent or mitigate future harm. They evaluate results and revise practices to improve policing. Departments may combine an array of data with street intelligence and crime analysis to produce better assessments about what might happen next if they take various actions.

What Is Predictive Policing?
Predictive policing tries to harness the power of information, geospatial technologies and evidence-based intervention models to reduce crime and improve public safety. This two-pronged approach — applying advanced analytics to various data sets, in conjunction with intervention models — can move law enforcement from reacting to crimes into the realm of predicting what and where something is likely to happen and deploying resources accordingly.

The predictive policing approach does not replace traditional policing. Instead, it enhances existing approaches such as problem-oriented policing, community policing, intelligence-led policing and hot spot policing.

The Annual Banquet will be on July 23 at a fee of $45 each person and $20 for each child up to 12.

Check the Event Information for activities during conference week. Be sure to let us know if you have questions or need assistance.

 

Todd A. Vinger
President SPIAA


You can contact me as follows:
Todd A. Vinger
Undersheriff-Retired
Washoe County Sheriff's Office
775-846-3445 Email: Todd@toddvinger.com

 

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