September 23, 2020

Caribbean Safety and Security Net 2014 Year end report

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Alt_2014alleventsgraphBy Safety and Securitynet From CSSN

The new CSSN Hotspot feature shows the 2014 incidents at a glance.

There were 69 incidents added to the 686 current database records.

Attached is the breakdown by type of incident:

The top three countries that had the most reported incidents were ranked as follows:
1. St Lucia
2. Grenada
3. St Martin (French and Dutch)

Details:

Attached are the specifics for each of the top three countries. If you wish to see other country statistics please go to Island Reports from the CSSN website main menu. There you will find almost 700 incidents in a sortable database.

Rank Number 1 – St Lucia:

Attached is a graph that shows the type of crime reported and the frequency.

Rank Number 2 -Grenada:

Attached is a graph that shows the type of crime reported and the frequency.

Rank Number 3 – St Martin French and Dutch Combined:

Attached is a graph that shows the type of crime reported and the frequency.

St Martin French.

Attached is a graph that shows the type of crime reported and the frequency.

Hotspots is a new feature added to show which countries had the most reports, next most and so on. It is a powerful tool for visualizing the relative number of crime reports in the Caribbean. For visualization the Hotspot Heat Map is easy to read. Additionally, there is a special spreadsheet analysis capability, Index Card summaries of incidents, and Graphical presentation of types of events. Any user can filter the data and create their own special reports. This is especially useful to law enforcement, other Cruiser Group Websites and Social Media that want analytical data from our database. And it is all free. Click Here to see the 2014 HOTspot Map.
CSSN added the ability to share any page, post or news item using your favorite social media. Each and every page of the CSSN website allows your to share the information with anyone via your social media accounts in Facebook, Twitter, and all others. Plus, you can subscribe to RSS feeds with just a few clicks on the RSS icon on each page. Now all your cruiser friends can ‘Know Before You Go’.

bigstock_Crime_4069883Finally, we added incident location graphics from Google Maps for each post of an incident report. Not only did it improve location visualization, it allowed us to automatically geocode each incident location as it was reported. In future, as we collect more geocoded incidents, we hope to improve the value of our website and database even more.

So, there are the highlights for 2014. The all volunteer staff at CSSN thanks you for your support, particularly the timely reporting of incidents. With that level of support, all cruisers in the Caribbean can ‘Know Before You Go’.

SOURCE: http://safetyandsecuritynet.com

IMAGE: www.inoxico.com

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