Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 6
Page No. 340 - 344

Development of a Decision Support System with Risk: Supporting Police and Government in Crime Prevention

Authors : Ahmad Faiz Bin Ghazali, Noor Maizura Mohamad Noor, Rosmayati Mohemad and Md Yazid Mohd Saman

Abstract: In recent years, governments focus on reducing crimes due to its impact on social, economy and politics of a country. Many efforts and initiatives have been taken in order to support decision-making in handling crimes based on the identified criteria. The aim of this research is to analyze crime based on spatial attributes and temporal attributes. Certain locations and time intervals have higher risk of crime occurrences than the others and these affect different types of decision makers. Risk can be considered in decision-making processes through the crime hotspots. System architecture and developed prototype called SCRIVIS-DSS have been tested with Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) officers. Results of usability study shows that the top three highest score ranking is obtain for decision support system potential, data presentation and system consistency, followed by the other evaluation criteria.

How to cite this article:

Ahmad Faiz Bin Ghazali, Noor Maizura Mohamad Noor, Rosmayati Mohemad and Md Yazid Mohd Saman, 2016. Development of a Decision Support System with Risk: Supporting Police and Government in Crime Prevention. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 340-344.

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