This course introduces the geographic approach to answer public safety questions and perform analysis. You will work with ArcGIS tools to analyze public safety data, identify patterns, predict outcomes, create actionable information, and produce dynamic maps to effectively disseminate that information locally or via the cloud. This course uses realistic public safety workflows and scenarios.
Below are links to the custom toolboxes and applications used and referenced in the course exercises. There are additional links to web classes, videos, applications and general information that will be useful to public safety professionals.
Efficient Geocodeing with ArcGIS Pro:
Pre-Incident Plan web applications from Esri:
Broken Bottles Case Study (Lesson 6):
The full case study is located here: http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/analytics/case-studies/broken-bottles-1-overview.htm.
Workflows are available for not only ArcGIS Pro, but for ArcMap and ArcGIS Online, as well as how you can automate the analysis using ModelBuilder.
Near Repeat Calculator (Use in lesson 7 demonstration):
Repeat and Near Repeat Toolbox (Lesson 7 Crime Analysis Toolbox):
Public safety webinar resources: http://www.esri.com/industries/public-safety/webinar-series.
Under law enforcement past webinars, you will find Get Started with Predictive Policing Using
Esri’s Crime Analysis Toolbox Webinar, and Implementing Predictive analysis with the ArcGIS
Evaluating the Impact the Weekday Has on Near-Repeat Victimization:
IJGI | Free Full-Text | Evaluating the Impact the Weekday Has on Near-Repeat Victimization: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis …
Crime Analysis tools and training for ArcGIS
Hazus software from FEMA:
Fire Hydrant Inspection using Collector:
Esri ArcGIS Online Operations Dashboard (Create your own dashboard):
Analyze Crime Using Statistics and the R ArcGIS Bridge Video:
Insights for ArcGIS Video:
Modeling Spatial Relationships Using Regression Analysis:
Home | Esri Video
Hot Spot Analysis:
ArcGIS Online Case Study: Emergency Management – Cal OES:
See how California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) uses ArcGIS Online to respond to emergencies.
Web Application Examples
Line of sight
Space - Time Cube