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BIG Data & Community Policing Presented by Mark43

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George Washington Carver Museum

1165 Angelina Street

Austin, TX 78702

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In partnership with Mark43, this symposium will explore current and emerging efforts to improving the relationship between citizens and police through uses of data that increase transparency, build community trust, and strengthen accountability.

Through this public symposium and networking event, organizing nonprofit Measure, hopes to identify and equip participants with the tools to fill gaps found in existing local databases. Texas law enforcement leaders, activists, tech developers, students, analyst, concerned citizens and stakeholders will share lessons learned about data and transparency to hone concrete ideas for continuing projects.



Thursday - October 26, 2017 5pm-8pm:

Networking Mixer - W Hotel

200 Lavaca Street, Austin, TX, 78701

http://www.whotelaustin.com


Friday - October 27, 2017 12pm-4pm:

Big Data & Community Policing Symposium - Carver Museum Theater

1165 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702

http://www.austintexas.gov/department/george-washington-carver-museum-and-cultural-center


Saturday - October 28, 2017 10am-3pm:

Networking Power Lunch Offered For $10 (12:00pm-1:00pm)

Big Data & Community Policing Symposium - Carver Museum Theater

1165 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702

http://www.austintexas.gov/department/george-washington-carver-museum-and-cultural-center


Agenda & Speakers: TBA



CALL FOR PAPERS:

You are an expert, which is why we invite you to respond to our call for papers:

  • How Big Data is helping police departments better connect with the citizens they serve

  • How can Big data be used as a best practice for accountability and reform

  • What can we do to promote and recognize the best behavior in officers and how can that be measured

  • How can Big Data better tell the story of police engagement scenarios

  • Law enforcement reform projects using Big Data

  • How Big Data to make connections and detect patterns so police can prevent and solve crime

  • How Big Data is allowing police to better understand diverse cultures

  • How community groups are using Big Data to connect with police

  • How Big Data is driving innovative change in relationship building through transparency

  • Open Data and policing

  • Big Data and body cams

  • Big Data and truma informed policing

  • Big Data and responding to mental health calls in policing

  • Big Data and assessing the mental health of police officers

  • Assessing cultural competency through Big Data

Shared knowledge is what makes Big Data work, and if you can share your knowledge all will benefit.

Please email your abstract submission no later than 9/1/17 to: papers@measureaustin.com

Guest Editor: Dr. Calvin A. Kelly - St. Edwards University


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