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  • Type: Private
  • Client: Swedish Support to Ministry of Intern/Albanian State Police on Community Policing
  • Address: Boulevard “Zan D’Ark”, Tirana, Albania
  • Team:

    Dritan Mezini – Project Manager
    Silvin Laze – Business process analyst
    Ervin Cfarku – System developer
    Enid Bala – Web Developer
    Klevis Miho – Web Designer
    Joni Hankollari – Designer
    Jorida Permeti – Tester
    Lindita Begolli – Content editor

  • Duration: 3 months
  • Start Date: September/2014
  • End Date: November/2014

Local Safety Measurement System (LSMS) is carried out in the framework of the Swedish support to the Ministry of Interior and the State Police for community policing program.
The developed system enhanced the community policing to improve the ability of the Albanian State Police to provide security and safety in a consistent manner with the principles of service- delivery and to increase trust in and willingness from individuals and communities to cooperate and actively work with the Albanian State Police to reduce crimes. In more details the system is used to provide data and direct accessibility for:

a) The level of safety as it is perceived by the community, including real crime levels,disorder problems, traffic security as well.
b) The level of community satisfaction with the police work, at defined areas. DM Consulting Services offer consultancy and technical development services to provide a correlation of components that are able to collect process store and distribute information.

During the proposed period of performance, DMCS worked closely with the Albanian State Police and the program in order to:

1. Develop a comparative analytical system, managing the gathered information for the provision of services. The visual representation in a table format of the aggregated data of the collected answers by survey form.

2. Creation of a system storing electronic registries of the collected answers by survey form, with the aim to increase performance of internal operations, based on citizens perception of violence and crime.

3. The visual representation and comparison of the collected data against other region.

4. Ability to load/maintain item record data with numerous fields (i.e. city, geographic location, calendar day, multiple choice selections, interviewed comment, and so on).