GangNET® collects data from different sources and presents it in a person-oriented database. Using the system’s investigative search function, you can identify individuals, gangs, vehicles, affiliates and addresses. Detailed records include monikers, aliases, field interviews, physical descriptions, images and scars, marks and tattoos.
All user actions are audited for security. Additions, modifications and views are recorded and can be reviewed by all system users. System administrators can receive standard audit reports.
In addition to data, users can upload digital images in *.jpg or *.gif formats and associate them to any objects in the system. Images can be encoded and searched using the optional facial recognition tool, and electronic photo line-ups can be created with ease.
GangNET® helps the user discover hidden relationships through statistical reports, ad hoc query reports and automated multi-level link analysis. Statistical reports are pre-programmed and easy to generate. The ad hoc query lets users construct their own reports from information in the database. Multi-level link analysis helps the user discover information about the structure of organizations, interrelationships, and the roles of individuals within organizations or events.
GangNET® seamlessly integrates with a sophisticated 255 points facial recognition engine. Facial images can be encoded and stored in the system’s database so the user can easily search for faces matching a selected image and generate a photo line-up.
GangNET is integrated with geospatial analysis mapping software. Users can plot gang activity across the local, regional, state or national area. Several types of geographical data is available including addresses of gang member residences, arrests, crimes and locations where field interviews occurred.
Field Interview Form
GangNET allows users to rapidly enter real-time information on several subjects at once through a single on-screen form. Once the information is submitted to the database, the system automatically creates relationships between subjects, vehicles and addresses. Investigators can submit information remotely from a crime scene and receive immediate feedback that can help resolve the case in minimal time.
Investigators benefit from the collective use of search information through GangNET’s Watch List function. The user is notified when someone enters a new record that matches specific criteria they’ve already entered. The ability to share search information during an investigation can speed case resolution.
GangNET has a fully searchable, networked database that supports full or partial text searches. Agencies can search their local GangNET system simultaneously with external networked GangNET systems through a single search command. The information returned from each system is displayed on a separate tab. Users can view information from multiple sources without logging in and out of different systems. The “matrix” search function allows users to query several data fields simultaneously and generate two and three-dimensional charts based on the results.
Designed and tested with input from seasoned investigators, GangNET® Mobile is optimized for use on a PDA or Blackberry. Systems with the Facial Recognition function can use the wireless device’s built-in camera to take and save a photo as well as search on a photo using the facial recognition feature.