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09:30 - 18:00 7 June 2016

Big data and intelligent policing

Location

Chancellor's Hall | Senate House (link Map)
Malet Street | London | WC1E 7HU | United Kingdom

Open to: Alumni | Public | Academic | Student
Admission: Free
Ticketing: Ticketed and Pre-booking essential

Speaker information

Tao Cheng, Professor of Geoinformatics, UCL SpaceTimeLab
Trevor Adams, Head of Data Development Team, Metropolitan Police Service
Monsuru Adepeju, PhD student, UCL SpaceTimeLab
Kate Bowers, Professor of Crime Science, UCL Security and Crime Science
Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise), UCL
Huanfa Chen, PhD student, UCL SpaceTimeLab
Toby Davies, Postdoctoral Research Associate, UCL Security and Crime Science
Olga Feldman, Technical Director, Arcadis
Michael Goodchild, Emeritus Professor of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara
Dirk Helbing, Professor of Computational Social Science, Department of Humanities, Social and Political Science
Kira Kempinska, PhD student, UCL Security and Crime Science
Paul Longley, Professor of Geographic Information Sciencece, UCL Department of Geography
Bill Oates, Chief Data Scientist, Office for National Statistics
Gabriel Rosser, Postdoctoral Research Associate, UCL SpaceTimeLab
John Shawe-Taylor, Professor of Computational Statistics and Machine Learning, UCL Computer Science
Artemis Skarlatidou, Postdoctoral Teaching and Research Fellow, UCL ExCiteS
Jianan Shen, PhD student, UCL SpaceTimeLab
Alex Singleton, Professor of Geographic Information Science, University of Liverpool
Dave Stringer, Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service
Dawn Williams, PhD student, UCL SpaceTimeLab
Sarah Wise, Senior Research Associate, UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis

In May 2012, UCL began working with the Metropolitan Police Service on a major EPSRC-funded research project on Crime, Policing and Citizenship (CPC). The motivation was to develop new methods and applications in space-time analytics and emergent network complexity.

Throughout the funding period, CPC has uncovered patterning in crime, policing and citizen perceptions, at a range of spatial and temporal scales. The research team has been avowedly inter-disciplinary, drawing on geoinformatics, crime science, geography and computer science, and the over-arching objective has been to engineer effective solutions to real world crime problems.

This workshop will close the project by presenting the outcomes of the research. It will also provide a forum to discuss the role of Big Data in aspects of life that lie beyond intelligent policing. The workshop will be used to disseminate the findings across policing, government, industry and academia.


Contact

Tao Cheng
+44 (0)20 7679 2738 | tao.cheng@ucl.ac.uk


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