Statewide web-based crime analysis software.

C’ville’s NBC 29: Ten municipal police departments across the state are using a collaborative, web-based crime-mapping tool. It shares local crime data with other localities and the state police, providing incident mapping and trend analysis. The tool, WebCAT, was developed at UVa. I’d love to take this program for a spin. It sounds fantastic. I hope every locality in the state starts using it.

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