Incident Location Patterns
Detecting similarities in recurrence environments will help decision makers identify necessary measures to reduce recurrence and increase response efficiency in these areas as well as areas sharing similar common features.
Location Pattern Tools:
- Buffer Analysis highlights the locations of incidents in a given area on the map and provides access to their complete details.
- Incident Density Analysis reflects incident distribution on the map, while identifying high-density areas which may require corrective or proactive measures.
- Incident Hotspot Analysis displays areas of excessive recurrence, highlighting the need for dedicated monitoring and control of incident causes and effects.
- Filtration & Comparative Analysis of hotspots or high-density areas against other parameters such as demographics or landmark types and concentration, can lead to detection of potential relations and accordingly, reasons for recurrence such as epidemic outbreaks in poor areas.
- Comparative Repeat Victimization Analysis dispays charts comparing recurrence of an incident type in different zones with highest or lowest recurrence rate, and reflects recurrence count on the map
Incident Temporal Patterns
Temporal patterns of any incident recurrence are depicted on a data clock that reflects the highest density hours or days. Change in density over time can be seen as indicator of the need for resource allocation modification.
Incident Temporal and Spatial Sequencing
Review on the map a timeline of an incident recurrence in different places from where it first occurred to where it last did