DDACTS - Data Driven Approach to Crime and Traffic Safety

What is DDACTS?

Data Driven Approach to Crime and Traffic Safety

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) is a law enforcement operational model supported by a partnership among the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and two agencies of the Department of Justice: the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Justice.

DDACTS integrates location-based crime and traffic data to establish effective and efficient methods for deploying law enforcement and other resources. Using geomapping to identify areas that have high incidences of crime and crashes, DDACTS uses traffic enforcement strategies that play a dual role in fighting crime and reducing crashes and traffic violations. Drawing on the deterrent of highly visible traffic enforcement and the knowledge that crime often involves the use of motor vehicles, the goal of DDACTS is to reduce the incidence of crime, crashes, and traffic violations in Evesham Township.

Phase IV

ETPD is proud to announce another successful year in our deployment of our personnel in our established DDACTS Zone. Our DDACTS operational model has been proven to be an effective and efficient manner of addressing the most consistent social harms affecting our community. ETPD sets aggressive goals to lower crashes, shoplifting's, burglaries and increase DWI arrests. As a result of the hard work and dedication of the men and women of ETPD the following results were achieved inside the DDACTS Zone:

2019 Report:

2% decrease in Motor Vehicle Accidents

No increase in DWIs

19% decrease in shopliftings

39% decrease in burglaries

 

Evesham Crime Map

Evesham Police Crime Map that is a configuration of ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, created  for the general public to view recent crime activity in, and around, a given location. Evesham Crime Map can be used to search for crime by type and date and time of crime. As a result, it helps the general public understand crime patterns in a community and participate in activities that help reduce crime in the community.

Click here at access ETPD Crime Map