Criminal Analysis

Presidion predictive analytics solutions and services are help government agencies worldwide improve their effectiveness. Predictive analytics makes it possible to understand what has happened, anticipate what may happen next and then take appropriate and timely action. We enable police forces to:

  • Optimise resources and reduce overtime budgets.
  • Identity minor crimes likely to escalate into violence.
  • Accelerate the investigation process.
  • Inform police on duty regarding the likelihood of a violent crime taking place in certain areas.
  • Identify and predict crime trends & patterns over time.

 Case Study

Curbing Crime with predictive analytics
Richmond Police Department employs IBM ® SPSS ® Modeler software to increase public safety. Read more


The policing community is increasingly inundated with information, while simultaneously facing reduced budgets and manpower. Critical to crime fighting is the intelligent and timely analysis of the thousands of incident reports, crime tips, 911 emergency calls, and other data resources that departments receive every day. Within this deluge of data lies the key to increasing the safety of the public.

 Case Study

Police force establishes a community-based policing program
Greater Manchester Police reduces cost and time spent on survey research and analysis by using SPSS Solutions. Read more


Fortunately, like most human behavior, criminal behavior follows predictable patterns. For example, some criminals have geographic comfort zones or may commit crimes only at certain times of the day. These tendencies can be uncovered using predictive analytical tools.

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