Entries by Numerica

LexisNexis Risk Solutions Acquires Lumen from Numerica Corporation

ATLANTA and WASHINGTON, May 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — LexisNexis® Risk Solutions today announced it is further expanding its public safety solutions with the acquisition of all Lumen assets, a product line owned by Numerica Corporation, a Colorado-based company. Lumen is an integrated data platform leveraged by public safety analysts, investigators, patrol officers and commanders to help solve cases faster. Lumen will become […]

Accelerated company growth spurs Numerica’s new Colorado Springs office

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (April 2, 2019) —Numerica Corporation has opened a new office in Colorado Springs, a national epicenter for aerospace and defense. Located at 5475 Tech Center Drive, the office will primarily house the company’s growing Space Situational Awareness (SSA) team and serve as the ideal location for its Colorado Springs-based customers. Headquartered in […]

Redefine Precision Policing with Lumen

Advancing law enforcement technology, Lumen offers a robust information engine to help identify the “who,” not just the “where” and “when.” In their latest video, Numerica showcases how Lumen works to challenge tedious data mining and put unprecedented levels of information into the hands of those who need it most. “In policing, every second counts […]

Introducing the New Lumen Dynamic Scoring Agent

Offender-based policing has been shown to be an effective strategy for crime reduction across the country.  However, a key challenge in such efforts is the problem of identifying which offenders should be targeted for intervention or proactive policing outreach.  Scoring and ranking offenders usually requires extensive manual collation and calculation using databases and spreadsheets.  Because […]

The Rapidly Changing Landscape of Facial Recognition

See this article in Police Chief Magazine HERE. Don Wick, Chief (Ret.), Arvada, Colorado, Police Department Facial recognition is a technology that seems like it will soon be everywhere, from unlocking one’s phone to checking in for a flight at the airport. A fast food restaurant in China now allows diners to “Smile to Pay,” […]

Numerica Awarded GSA Contract

Numerica Corporation – which develops intuitive law enforcement database software, crime analysis software, and analytics – announced today that it has been awarded an Information Technology Schedule 70 contract by the General Services Administration (GSA). The GSA is the premier procurement arm for all federal government agencies. Under the new contract, federal, state, and local […]

See Numerica at the 2018 Navy FST Event

Come see us at the Department of the Navy FST event this week! Stop by booth 103 in the Woodrow Wilson room to see the latest in Numerica’s Air & Missile Defense and Space Situational Awareness solutions.

See Lumen at LEIU/IALEIA in Anaheim

We’ll be in Anaheim for the 2018 LEIU/IALEIA Training Event this week. Make sure to stop by Booth 110 to see the newest solutions from Lumen that are transforming investigations and offender-based policing.

Case Study: How the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Used Lumen to Implement an Intelligence-Led Approach to Policing to Reduce Preventable Crime by 31% in High-Crime Areas.

DOWNLOAD AS PDF THE CHALLENGE The Mesa County, Colorado Sheriff’s Office was experiencing a marked increase in crime, particularly in the areas of property crime, homicide, and sexual assault. The office also recognized that there was a significant gap between the data contained in its information management system and the information that was readily available […]

Denver Police Department Signs Enterprise Agreement for Lumen Software

The Denver Police Department has signed an enterprise-wide upgrade of Lumen – a state-of-the-art data sharing software that combines access to real-time data with advanced analytics – to enhance data-driven law enforcement activities for more effective policing. Developed by Colorado-based Numerica Corporation, Lumen enables the entire Denver Police Department, including more than 1,400 sworn officers […]