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Mapping Program and Management Philosophy
The Daytona Beach Police Department utilizes a computerized database to map criminal activity, detect patterns and identify hot spots. Known as CompStat, which is an abbreviation of COMPuter STATistics, the GIS-based program originated in New York City’s police department in the mid 1990s.

The Daytona Beach Police Department’s command staff, along with investigators and detectives, regularly review these maps and related information and discuss crime reduction strategies, personnel and resource management and quality of life improvements.

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