GST partners with Crime Tech Solutions, LLC for marketing and promotional purposes for GST CrimeMap Pro product line.

GST CrimeMap® Pro is a comprehensive crime analysis system designed for specialized crime analysts to manage the incident database and conduct a variety of mapping and analytical tasks.

Key System Features

General Functions

  • Customizable Search Forms - CrimeMap® Pro search forms are customizable allowing users to create search forms based on their specific needs, such as crime incidents, Megan's, parolees, MO, vehicles, suspects, field interviews, etc.
  • Ad Hoc Reporting Tools - CrimeMap® Pro offers comprehensive reporting tools for users to create customized reports, including text information, groupings, images, bar graphs, 2D/3D pie charts, agency logo, report summary, etc.
  • Spatial Analysis - CrimeMap® Pro offers a comprehensive set of functions to support a variety of crime and spatial analyses, and display results on ESRI ArcMap.
  • Query Builder - CrimeMap® Pro provides a user-friendly query builder for users to build their own search queries.
  • Database Link - CrimeMap® Pro database uses Microsoft SQL Server® and allows the user to bring crime incident data from their CAD/RMS database, or import data from multiple sources such as Megan's and Parolees.
  • Support of ESRI ArcMap - Users familiar with ESRI ArcMap can utilize all the mapping features of ArcMap. All the customized macros the user created in ArcMap can be used alongside CrimeMap® Pro.

Key System Features

  • Query any table by customizable forms by date, time, day of week, area, districts, crime type, location, Point-of-Interest (POI), query statements or any attribute in the table. The selection criteria may be saved for future use.
  • Identify records within a specified distance from an address or cross streets.
  • Edit and geocode records (using parcel or street centerline maps or manually).
  • Customize symbols.
  • View queried results in tables, graphs/charts or on the map.

Advanced Crime Analysis

  • Cross Reference - Cross-reference among incidents, subjects, Megan's, parolee, and gang records.
  • Hotspot Analysis - Analysis of hotspots with various methodology, such as Grid Analysis, Intensity Analysis, Outer Boundary, and Analysis of Duplicate Locations.
  • Temporal Analysis - Analysis of temporal patterns based on either Grid Analysis or Density Analysis.
  • Time Series Analysis - Analysis of incident patterns with time series, based on year, month, or date.
  • Threshold Analysis - Analysis of change in the spatial pattern of incidents over time and space.
  • Series Analysis - Constructing spatial patterns of incidents with a connection based on a user-specified field.

System Requirements

Desktop Model
Processor
Operating System
Memory
Hard Disk
Graphic
Monitor
Software

Dell OptiPlex 790
Intel Core i5 2400, 3.1GHz, 6MB
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, SP1
4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 SDRAM, DUal Channel 1333MHz
320GB SATA 7,200 RPM 6.0Gb/s with 16MB Cache
512MB AMD RADEON HD 6350 (2 DVI), Full Height
Dell E Series E2311 23 inch Wide Monitor, VGA/ DVI
ArcGIS 10.x