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Register to attend this webinar on Wednesday, August 7, at 12 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. CT / 9 a.m. PT by completing the “Register for this Police1 Webinar” box on this page!

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Join this upcoming webinar where we will introduce advanced decision intelligence platforms tailored for law enforcement agencies. These platforms integrate data fusion, advanced analytics, and flexible data modeling to enhance decision-making processes. These solutions enable law enforcement professionals to identify patterns, uncover hidden relationships and generate actionable insights by unifying disparate data sources into a cohesive whole. This holistic approach facilitates more efficient resource allocation, improved case management and heightened situational awareness.

Our panel of industry experts will discuss the benefits of different types of data and analytics solutions, emphasizing the significance of adaptable and scalable platforms and highlight how these platforms leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to analyze unstructured data, such as text, video and audio, and transform it into valuable intelligence. By adopting the next generation of advanced analytics tools, law enforcement agencies can stay ahead of evolving challenges, enhance investigative capabilities and ultimately improve public safety.

You will:

  • Learn about data fusion, advanced analytics and flexible data modeling and how they contribute to enhanced decision-making in law enforcement.
  • Gain insights into how AI and ML technologies can identify patterns, assess risks and provide predictive analytics to support law enforcement investigations.
  • Understand the differences between basic data fusion platforms, graphic link diagram platforms and advanced analytics platforms, and how to choose the right solution for specific law enforcement needs.
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the innovative tools and strategies transforming law enforcement analytics.



L - R: Mark Massop, Christopher Houston

Mark Massop began his career in law enforcement upon graduating from the Kansas City Regional Police Academy in 1988. In 1998, the Midwest High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) established an Investigative Support Center in Kansas City, where Mark was assigned as an Intelligence Analyst. In 2000, he was selected as the Outstanding Intelligence Analyst of the Year for the Midwest HIDTA. The same year the Office of the National Drug Control Policy selected Mark Massop as the Outstanding Intelligence Analyst for all of the HIDTA programs. In 2002, he returned to the Independence Police Department where he brought the agency’s intelligence unit into compliance with both CALEA standards and 28 CFR Part 23. During his tenure with the Police Department, Mark Massop received two awards for Valor from the Kansas City Metropolitan Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Association. He was also recognized by the Drug Enforcement Administration for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Drug Investigations. He currently serves as Vice President, Sales, NEXYTE North America.

Christopher Houstonhas over 20 years of experience with Intelligence Operations & Analysis specializing in Counterterrorism and “defeat the network” targeting globally. During this time, Chris has held many positions responsible for using, training, evaluating and developing solutions utilizing Advanced Analytics tools. Chris holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Homeland Security from the University of Maryland University College.