Multimedia Analysis in Police-Citizen Communication: Supporting Daily Policing Tasks

Abstract

This chapter describes an approach for improved multimedia analysis as part of an ICT-based tool for community policing. It includes technology for automatic processing of audio, image and video contents sent as evidence by the citizens to the police. In addition to technical details of their development, results of their performance within initial pilots simulating nearly real crime situations are presented and discussed.

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@Article {
title = {Multimedia Analysis in Police-Citizen Communication: Supporting Daily Policing Tasks},
pages = {253-269},
keywds = {
face detection, face recognition, speech transcription, audio keyword detection
}
abstract = {

This chapter describes an approach for improved multimedia analysis as part of an ICT-based tool for community policing. It includes technology for automatic processing of audio, image and video contents sent as evidence by the citizens to the police. In addition to technical details of their development, results of their performance within initial pilots simulating nearly real crime situations are presented and discussed.


}
isbn = {978-3-030-22002-0},
date = {2019-10-12},
}
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