Curing enterprise amnesia in law enforcement agencies
sponsored by IBM

Law enforcement agencies are no exception when it comes to today’s organizations struggles with structured and unstructured data. While law enforcement data holds the potential to reveal deep insights about crime patterns and ultimately improve public safety, the overwhelming volume can cause agencies to overlook critical information that might affect new and ongoing investigations.

Leading law enforcement agencies are creating global master name indexes (GMNIs) to generate meaningful insights into identities and relationships. They are realizing that by leveraging GMNIs they are able to:

  • Maximize public services to citizens
  • Enhance officer safety
  • Automate back-office operations
  • Maintain professional standards
  • And drive investigative efficiency.

Access this white paper to learn how you can achieve these five benefits through GMNIs to improve speed to insight and impact. Included is an overview of one GMNI offering from IBM.

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