Crimer

We predict crime.

Software

It is said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This is the philosophy behind the practice of what’s known as “proactive policing”, which includes community-oriented, hotspot, and predictive policing. Industries and individuals also understand the benefits of engaging in proactive behavior, investing cumulative billions every year in various preventative measures, such as cybersecurity, theft prevention technologies, and readiness training. This is the space in which Crimer operates. This is where, through the clever use of artificial intelligence, Crimer enters new and unbroken territory in crime prediction and prevention, offering ethical, unbiased, data-driven solutions for individuals and organizations. Unlike the simple and commonly used crime heatmaps, Crimer analyzes a torrent of crime incident data from multiple sources and pairs it with time, location, temperature, weather, previous crime incidents, etc. to produce accurate predictions of when and where crime is likely to happen. Through this, Crimer introduces hard science and data to a field that once relied on messy guesswork and anecdotal evidence.

Basics

  • Number of Employees
    11-50 employees
  • Stage
    Prototype (MVP) Ready
  • Founded
    2018
  • Primary Industry
    Software

Description

It is said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This is the philosophy behind the practice of what’s known as “proactive policing”, which includes community-oriented, hotspot, and predictive policing. Industries and individuals also understand the benefits of engaging in proactive behavior, investing cumulative billions every year in various preventative measures, such as cybersecurity, theft prevention technologies, and readiness training.

This is the space in which Crimer operates. This is where, through the clever use of artificial intelligence, Crimer enters new and unbroken territory in crime prediction and prevention, offering ethical, unbiased, data-driven solutions for individuals and organizations.

Unlike the simple and commonly used crime heatmaps, Crimer analyzes a torrent of crime incident data from multiple sources and pairs it with time, location, temperature, weather, previous crime incidents, etc. to produce accurate predictions of when and where crime is likely to happen. Through this, Crimer introduces hard science and data to a field that once relied on messy guesswork and anecdotal evidence.