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Minneapolis and St. Paul crime data

From E-Democracy.org

At the local Transparency and Participation Meetup on March 30, 2010, direct access to real-time crime data stood out as a common priority. In attendance were people involved with efforts to help victims of sexual assault, engage immigrant communities, share news via neighborhood blogs and forums, build community through neighborhood associations, and open government via legislation at the State Capitol.

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Minneapolis - Current Data Sources, Description, How to Access Currently


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St. Paul - Current Data Sources, Description, How to Access Currently


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As more of us become aware of the direct, real-time crime and justice data and information promoting public safety available other communities, momentum will build for such services in our communities. It is important to point out that while helpful, monthly crime maps designed for print use, is not real-time data access. Real-time implies direct online access to the legally public information about what happened as soon as anyone else outside the police department or courts could gain access to that information through any channel. (If a television station can get the file, photo, form, etc. then so should everyone.)

 

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