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New Solutions Address Top Justice and Public Safety Challenges

At the 81st Interpol General Assembly, held in Rome this past November, police chiefs and other senior law enforcement officials from around the world discussed critical challenges for police in responding to current and developing criminal phenomena, and shared best practices based on national and international experience.

Oracle participated, showcasing two important new solutions for justice and public safety organizations, including a new partner solution related to Oracle’s Siebel Case Management and Oracle E-Business Suite, and a new framework designed to help public safety organizations take advantage of structured and unstructured data sources.

Both solutions address some of the biggest trends identified by public safety officials, including the desire by law enforcement agencies to eliminate the inefficiencies that result when individual departments within agencies run separate IT systems that can’t easily share information and processes. “The silos grew up based on how each department was organized rather than being architected for information-sharing and process integration with the stakeholders in mind,” says Senior Director Hong-Eng Koh, global lead for justice and public safety, Oracle Public Sector.

The Interpol attendees also focused on big data and social media. “There is both a challenge and an opportunity for law enforcement agencies. They need solutions that can help them perform analysis of large volumes of data to connect the dots and detect any threats to public safety,” Koh adds.

New Solutions
Two new Oracle solutions address these issues: Oracle’s integrated policing platform and Oracle’s intelligence hub and alerts.

Oracle’s integrated policing platform includes Oracle Master Data Management for collecting, cleansing, and consolidating data. The integrated policing platform solution also offers integration with Siebel Case Management workflow system and Oracle’s business analytics solutions for automated reporting and trend analysis.

Systems integrator Capgemini, a major global partner of Oracle, featured its t-Police solution, an integrated set of preconfigured business processes and workflows based on Oracle’s integrated policing platform. t-Police addresses front-office requirements such as processes for incident investigations and case management responsibilities.

In addition, Oracle demonstrated its intelligence hub and alerts solution, which can bring together large volumes of structured and unstructured data from various sources to help officials quickly analyze and disseminate information. The solution also gives agencies tools for issuing real-time alerts when evidence reveals an impending threat to public safety.

Learn more about all of Oracle’s solutions for justice and public safety, and watch a video that shows how police in California’s San Joaquin county are taking advantage of Oracle technology.

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