Saturday, July 7, 2018

Positive Cause, Effect & Outcome with Digital Policing

Successful Analytical
Finger & Thumbing Interaction
with Positive Cause, Effect & Outcome
Digital Policing Personified!

How lives have changed in such a short period of time.  Lawlessness has increased at a rate that the statisticians cannot keep up with.  Statistics are out of date with historical blunders that cannot be rectified until it is far too late.

This is not our approach at all!  We deal in the Now, with up-to-date revolving data at your fingertips.  In fact, right in the palm of your hand! 

Proactive Predictability Productivity

It is all well and good at collecting data, writing reports and circulating the information, but if it is out-of-date, what good is it?

Our community crime mapping, crime analytics, predictive analysis with social media monitoring linked to public data is second to none.  

Not a marketing statement, pure facts!

We are conversationalists

We have two ears and eyes, we listen, review and then, with that assessment will use our collective skills to implement what we believe is right for your corporation or agency on all levels.

Then we coach and mentor you to understand and use the proven and fluid techniques of proactive social, analytic interaction and subsequently, change the horizon.

Times have Changed, Even, how Presidents communicate and so should you!

Empty the Data Silos or at least allow Translation Access

Storing data, then at years end starting to create the analytics is barmy!  It is always outdated, takes months and fails those that need the information NOW!
CommSmart Global Group with our LexisNexis Risk Solutions Partner is logical regular business people who are opinionated, direct and listeners, who implement the changes with a solid competence and aptitude.
Social Media is the new form of bragging, informing and bullying.  All have the connection of people, digital people and how we can productively know so much more, analyze, police in a proactive manner and solve the crimes.

Officers have the information in the palm of their hand on a digital dashboard and at the start of the shift, in the briefings are ahead of the curve on all issues that have occurred on their ‘beat’ or ‘ward’.  That is how current we are all for the price of a cup of coffee per warranted or sworn officer per week.
You can afford to purchase a cup of coffee per officer, per week to serve and protect the community, which includes you!


Dedicated to implementing necessary change due to the decline in society.  There is an aggression toward authority. Police are being attacked, maimed, killed and confronted by a section of society.  It is a core element that we can identify, understand, follow and quell if need be. Cops are part of the community!

Sir Robert Peel stated that “The People are the Police and the Police are the People”.  We must have all the relevant information and data to protect us all.  Safety is a prime factor for our police officers and the business world.  

This is Us!

Community Crime Mapping, Crime/Predictive Analytics
and Social Media Analytics & Interaction. 

Contact Us

Located Globally in Europe, U.K. & USA

A LexisNexis Risk Solutions Partner

Phone: US +1 (515) 200-7068      UK 0207 1019247

Twitter: “posiqr”

Monday, July 2, 2018

The 242nd Celebration of Losers Day on July 4th… 'Tis The Reason To Be Cheerful or Not?

The 242nd Celebration of Losers Day On July 4th… 
'Tis The Reason To Be Cheerful Or Not?

Yes, to Americans, Happy Fourth of July! 

To us British, Happy Losers Day!

In 1776 on that fateful day so the story goes, George III did nothing to speak about, drank some port wine, ate bread and cheese, red meat and washed it all down with some local ale and then burped, extremely loudly. 

It is said, which I do not believe he wrote in his diary, Nothing of Importance Occurred Today.”  

It did! 

With the communications of the day, he would not have heard about it for at least a week or two.

George III was not a well man, healthwise and really did not care less about the Land of the Not So Free.

It was so taxing to him and in fact, a good cup of tea gave him more pleasure than seeing his Redcoats being shot at by the then, terroristic colonialists.

Nope, no one sent him a Tweet or did he read his Facebook pages from the colonies.  Alexander Graham Bell was not even born yet, so there was no ringing sound in the hallway of the Palace.  AOL did not say, "You've Got Mail"!  The Royal corridors were silent...

George III may have thumbed his nose to the colonies, but he sure didn't thumb out a message and possibly do a pathetic “Colbert”!

So July 4th is both a happy and a sad day, depending which side of the pond you are.  America was born and Great Britain lost a whole continent and its then ongoing problems. 

What has happened in these last 241 years?  Certainly not stability of government or the people in either country.  

America today teeters on the edge of liberal anarchy.  Twitter has risen to Presidential levels and both sides of the US elected government cannot agree on the protection and health of the citizens.

Through the use of instant communications and technology you would have thought we would be in a happier place, sadly we are not! 

The We, the People, are not as We as We think.  

241 years ago the message was sent out via horseback and took weeks to filter across the land.  Word of mouth told the tale of the change and a small population had exciting news that they had slipped the reins of the British.  

One thing that was the same back then was the simple fact that the disagreement was over taxes! 

Today, information may be speeding through our fingers and thumbs around the world, but who is listening?  Who really cares about what goes on in the backrooms of meeting houses or even on the street corners?  We should, as this is where governments are overthrown and the people might not get want they ideally wanted but they have a purpose, a fight if you like. 

Revolutions are created by a minority and the majority wonder what has happened.  Ask the Forefathers how and where they planned their release from the Motherland of Great Britain?

So with those facts in mind and what the Chatter of the Streets is really telling us, have a Happy Fourth of July!

Stuff you faces with strange meats, stale chemical bread, weak ale and conversation with folks within your family, which thank goodness, you only have to spend a few days with a year.  

Next, it is Thanksgiving and that weird green jello!

Cheers and I raise my glass of craft (Iowa) beer or a cup of British tea, to a future, an unknown future. One that can be bright...

P.S.  We are joining in the celebrations and will be drinking what Americans call American beer, which is like making love in a rowboat if you get my drift!


Telephone: (515) 200-7068

CommSmart Global Group - Copyright 2018