Cracking the preventative crime code
The importance of harnessing technology and processing big data to identify crime patterns and devise effective crime prevention strategies must not be underestimated, Paul Hellings writes.
During the recent budget announcement, George Osborne outlined a £42m investment in big data and algorithm research. The Alan Turing Institute, named after code-breaker Turing, will receive funding over five-years to investigate and look at...
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