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Safe City Program Technological Project Systems, Architecture and Integration. TANDU Technologies and Security systems LTD. TANDU - TECHNOLOGIES & SECURITY SYSTEMS LTD. 21C Yagea Kapayim St. , P.O Box 3963, Petach Tiqva , Israel, 49130 Tel: 972-3-9230667, Fax: 972-3-9230668

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

Systems, Architecture and Integration

TANDU

Technologies and Security systems LTD.

TANDU - TECHNOLOGIES & SECURITY SYSTEMS LTD.

21C YageaKapayim St. , P.O Box 3963, PetachTiqva, Israel, 49130

Tel: 972-3-9230667, Fax: 972-3-9230668

EMAIL: [email protected]; Website: www.tandu.co.il

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

Background

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The Need

Public safety and safe feeling are primary elements in establishing the public opinion on its quality of life.

It will effect the view of the public on the city and the view of the public on the municipal politics and it will also have significant financial implications as it may limit the capability of the city to grow and prosper.

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Background

The safe city program is composed of a wide range of elements including education, welfare, social services and law enforcement.

The deployment of a technological array is a necessary yet insufficient condition for the success of the program.

It is necessary to employ an integration of a “security” (“coping”) concept, operational concept, high-end technologies, operating procedures and qualified manpower to achieve the program goals.

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Violence Elements

Typical violent activities:

Random or organized.

Aimed against people or property.

Focused in specific “hot spots” or random in geography.

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The Current Situation

In most cities, there is a wide and complex matrix of elements, composed of professional staff, organizations, technologies and programs that lacks unified violence and crime reduction targets, coordinated methodology and a structured program, that will create deterrence and will support intervention and apprehension of offenders.

Processed and real time intelligence are not available and there is a lack in the data analysis and dissemination process.

The response to an actual act of crime or violence is mainly “local” and not unified by all relevant elements.

The city lacks in study of previous events and implementation of relevant modifications.

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

The Concept

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The Concept

Zero tolerance to violent behavior.

Addressing any type of crime and violence, in any arena in the city.

Enhancing deterrence and capabilities to prevent violence.

Real time data collection, analysis and dissemination.

Enhancing the capabilities to engage violence as it occurs, in real time.

Effective, unified, real time, all aspect response.

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The Concept

Definition of “rules of engagement” for crime and violent events.

Setting the municipal infrastructure required for prevention, intervention and law enforcement.

Deployment of a command and control center and sensors, linked by a communication system that will support prevention, intervention and law enforcement.

Establishing a municipal, structured by hierarchies “organization”, that is composed of manpower (city officials and professionals, management, operators and response forces) a designated concept, relevant “soft” programs, law enforcement and rescue forces, technologies and procedures for the implementation of the program.

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“Round Table” Violence Reduction Forum

Safe City Program Concept Building Blocks

“Technological Elements”

“Soft Elements”

Designated Welfare Programs

Designated Educational Programs

Designated Deployment of Technologies

Command and Control Center

Data Analysis and dissemination

Response, Intervention and Law Enforcement Forces

Supporting Organizational Structure, Manpower and procedures

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

Support Municipal Organization

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Support Municipal Organization

To complete the capabilities and features of the technological layout and to address the requirements for deterrence, intervention and law enforcement it is required to establish a supporting municipal organization.

The supporting municipal organization will receive real time and processed data from the technological layout and will address events generated by the technological systems.

The organization will consist:

Local Police force.

Volunteers.

Municipal law enforcement forces.

Qualified staff at the command and control center.

Designated procedures.

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

The Technological Layout Elements

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Support Municipal Organization

The technological layout will be composed of the following primary elements:

On site sensors.

On site infrastructure.

Data/voice communication systems, line and/or wireless.

Command and control center, including command and control software system and personal/group presentation systems.

Professional manpower in the command and control center.

Professional, equipped response forces.

Supporting organizational structure in the municipality.

Relevant procedures.

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On Site Sensors

Supporting Organizational Structure

Technologies

Qualified Staff

Technological Layout Structure

Command and Control Center

Professional Response Forces

On Site Infrastructure

Command and Control Software

Data/Voice Communication Systems

Data/Voice Communication Systems

Procedures

Directives/Data

Reports/Data

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Event Flow

Yes

Alert (Manned/Sensor)

Automatic Alert at C2 Center

Manned Response

Technological Response

Automatic Presentation of Alert in the C2 system

Alert to Response Forces

Yes

Implementing Technological Response

Data Analysis and Decision

Data Dissemination to Forces

Manned Intervention Decision

Intervention Decision

Intervention

No

No

Report, Data Logging and Closing Event

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Event Flow

Event will be initiated either by automatic alert from a sensor, by a caller or by the command and control center staff member.

The event will be managed by the command and control center that will activate either manned or technological response, by decision.

All events will be recorded and logged for further evaluation and ongoing review and study.

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Safe City Program

Technological Project

City Deployment

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Typical Deployment of Technological Layout in a Safe City Program

CCTV

Supporting Organizational Structure

Professional Response Forces

VMD

Video Analytics

Access Control

Command and Control Center

Public Address

Data/Voice Communication Systems

Data/Voice Communication Systems

Technological Intervention Systems

Passive Audio

Active Audio

Directives/Data

Reports/Data

Flood Lights

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Hot Spot “B”, Sports Arena

The site

HOT SPOT

The System Architecture

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Hot Spot “B”, Sports Arena

The Site

The System Architecture

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Hot Spot “B”, Sports Arena

PTZ/PA

PTZ/PA

PTZ/PA

PTZ/PA

PTZ/PA

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Hot Spot “C”, Public Park

The Site

The System Architecture

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Hot Spot “C”, Public Park

The System Architecture

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