A New Approach on Crime Detection with Data Mining and Cloud Computing
International Journal of Computer Science (IJCS) Published by SK Research Group of Companies (SKRGC)
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The increase in the population causes unemployment that makes people to earn money in whatever way against the law. The invention of new technologies and this unemployment problem make the country to move towards the path of disasters. It is an emerging concern about national security, needed to have still more attention to identify the crimes. Intelligence agents, various public and private departments are involved in the process of crime detection and in the enforcement of laws. It is needed to collect data on crimes, classify data according to the crime type, analyzed to identify important areas of crime to concentrated and finally to find the prediction s over the protection of future crimes. The process acquired through the ocean of cloud computing, analyzed in cluster analysis and applied with the various data mining techniques to extract the needed data in the context of law enforcement and intelligence analysis. A model for this process has been designed to organize, analysis, and to make predictions over the data for crime detection.
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Crime detection, cloud computing, data mining techniques, enforcement of laws, Intelligence agents.