It comes down to the “capacity question.” U.S. police forces are routinely confronted with crime that they lack the capacity—that is, the on-the-ground manpower—to successfully contend with. An officer, after all, can only be in one place at once, and traditionally, has been forced to rely primarily on his or her personal training, field experience, and limited .
There are parts of the country right now where the community’s confidence in their police departments is shrinking. With various incidents being documented on civilian cellphones over the past few years, the issues of force, and when that force is justifiable, are more in the public spotlight than ever before. These incidents have led to an erosion of trust between the.
Crime prevention, while a the primary concern for law enforcement agencies, is a difficult thing to achieve. There’s no magic formula when it comes to preventing crime before it happens, but many agencies are trying to hone in on better ways to do so using data analysis. Through analysis, agencies are able to find correlations between one seemingly unrelated factor.
Just as artificial intelligence is entering so many other industries, AI is also becoming a vital part of the public safety world - and the innovations are coming fast and furious. The advantages of using AI, whether as part of an actual robot or as software in law enforcement situations seem obvious: They can help keep humans out of dangerous situations while doing.