See Lumen at CPCA 2016

Numerica will be at the 39th California Police Chiefs Association Annual Training Symposium at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA on March 15th, 2016. Stop by to see us at booth # 133!

Numerica at Police Innovation Conference

Be sure to check out the Numerica booth at the Police Innovation Conference in Cambridge, MA this week. The Police Innovation Conference highlights the latest technology advancements in law enforcement, including our tools Lumen, CJISvault, and PROact. Our VP of Interactive Intelligence Systems, Nick Coult, will also be giving a presentation on Demand Model Policing on Wednesday at 8:30am.

Lumen at IACA Next Week

Be sure to stop by the Lumen booth at the 2015 IACA Annual Training Conference next week in Denver, CO. We’ll be donating teddy bears to the Teddy Bear Patrol for anyone who signs up for a Lumen demo. This is a great cause to help first responders get teddy bears in the hands of children who are victims of trauma. You can also join our VP of Interactive Intelligence Systems, Nick Coult, as he leads training sessions on using R for data analysis, as well as crime analysis using Lumen. And don’t forget to start the week off with some relaxation and tranquility in our sponsored yoga session Monday evening!

See Lumen at CCIAA 2015

Numerica will be attending the 2015 California Crime and Intelligence Analysts Associate Conference next week in San Diego. Stop by our booth to check out how Lumen can save a lot of time and effort for analysts, from making complex queries simple, to creating powerful analytics quickly and easily.

Numerica VP Nick Coult Speaks at CACP Conference

IMG_0004 (1)Numerica’s VP of Interactive Intelligence Systems (I2S) spoke recently at the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Conference.  Coult spoke in front of the audience of police chiefs about the importance of public-private partnerships in creating and implementing new technologies for law enforcement.   “Lumen got started through close collaboration with our law enforcement partners…this kind of relationship can drive incredible results, ” Coult said.

Numerica to Sponsor CACP Annual Conference

Numerica is proud to sponsor the 2015 Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference July 20-22 in Denver, CO. We’ll be attending the Awards Reception and Dinner on Tuesday, July 21 at 6pm, and will be giving a short presentation. We’re excited to see our Lumen customers and to be able to introduce Lumen to all others.

Numerica at LEIM and NORCAN Conferences

Thanks to all those who stopped by to see us at the IACP LEIM Training Conference and Technology Expo. Missed us at LEIM? We’ll be at the Northwest Regional Crime Analyst Network (NORCAN) Annual Conference next week, June 1-3. Stop by to see what Lumen and CJISvault can do for your agency.

Help us support the IACP foundation at CPCA next week

We at Numerica care about the safety and support of law enforcement officers and their families.   That’s why we’re committed to donating $25 to the IACP Foundation every time you or one of your colleagues registers for a demo of our product Lumen at the upcoming CPCA Annual Training Symposium February 24, 2015 in Riverside, CA.   The IACP Foundation helps support fallen and injured officers and their families.  Stop by booth #207 to set up your demo. 

Not able to make it to CPCA? Contact us to find out more about Lumen and our commitment to smarter and safer policing.

Numerica President to Speak at CSU Graduate Student Showcase

Come see Numerica President Jeff Poore at the upcoming Colorado State University Graduate Student Showcase on February 25th in the Lory Student Center. Jeff will be a panelist with a number of other prominent local business leaders who will discuss the importance of teams and teaming, as well as alternative careers. The panel discussion will follow the keynote, “Challenging Boundaries:  Experiences and Opportunities in Interdisciplinary Creative Artistry and Scholarship,” presented by Alan Rudolph, VP of Research at CSU.

“The speakers chosen represent the innovative and collaborative values that we hope to instill in graduate students’ research processes,” Rudolph said. “Because this is our aim, the showcase allows interdisciplinary research exposure that can spur such creativity and collaboration. The mingling of innovative minds is essential to interdisciplinarity — creativity and innovation that crosses the bounds of fields and disciplines. The speakers exemplify these values.”

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