Reading graffiti: How to get gang intel, save money, and reduce headaches (white paper)
Although graffiti is often overlooked for being a low-level crime, employing a systematic program of tracking graffiti activity and seeking restitution can benefit communities, help at-risk youth, and assist law enforcement, all while greatly reducing the expense of abatement efforts.
By tracking, analyzing and acting upon the information contained in the graffiti markings themselves, a city can experience many positive outcomes, which include:
- Significantly reduced annual abatement expenses
- Increased restitution revenue
- Support for at-risk youth
- Recovered intelligence on gang activities that would otherwise be lost, and
- Positive, long-term relationships in the community
In this white paper, learn how to deploy a graffiti program, including technology that makes it easier to get up and running with minimal manpower.