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Rai Scuola “STEM” – Crimine features KeyCrime delia® Suite – September 30th, 2021

How do you preserve the know-how and analytical capabilities of investigators, transforming them into shared assets for future investigations? After the criminal investigation wraps up, what are the advantages for prosecutors when investigators have used analytical techniques and technologies to establish that the accused perpetrated a crime series? KeyCrime’s Mario Venturi and Maurizio Sanarico answer these and other questions in the Rai – Radiotelevisione Italiana (Italian National TV) program “Stem: Crimine”, broadcast September 30th and now available in streaming on raiplay.

KeyCrime delia helps investigators identify and stop the “white bag” robbers – September 24th, 2021

News Flash September 24th, 2021: KeyCrime delia® helps stop serial robbers in Milan. For anyone that knows the KeyCrime story, this isn’t news at all of course, but a few times a year, the results of our work makes the news. Today was one of those days. The armed criminal group nicknamed “White Bag” had two members apprehended today by the officers from the Mecenate Police Station in Milan. KeyCrime’s delia was instrumental in the investigation performed by the office of Statistics and Crime Analysis that brought them to justice. Many more details in the link above, courtesy of the Questura di Milano.
Reporting via Sky tg24, Corriere Della Sera, La Repubblica, Il Giorno, ANSA, Milano Today among others.

Probable Causations Podcast featuring KeyCrime delia® Suite – August 31st, 2021

“Trust … but verify” – KeyCrime’s results in reducing crime speak for themselves but statistical and scientific corroboration is always nice! In the recent Probable Causation Podcast interview conducted by Jennifer Doleac, Professor Giovanni Mastrobuoni commented KeyCrime delia®’s unique approach and the results achieved in the years-long trial in Milan, Italy.

Wired: KeyCrime delia® – the Italian software that changed the world of predictive policing

What is the difference between KeyCrime and other predictive police software? The idea was born by analyzing, for work, a mountain of files related to the various crimes, in which the data were collected summarily but still contained information that would allow us to hypothesize behind which crimes, even if occurred in different times and places, there was the same hand”, tells the founder of KeyCrime.txt

Quotidiano.net: KeyCrime, the anti-robbery algorithm

Through its proprietary algorithms, KeyCrime delia® Suite searches for correlations between a new crime and the many criminal events in its database, assigning a score for each comparison: the higher the score, the more likely it is that the crimes were part of the same series. Investigators then analyze the behavior of the perpetrator across multiple crimes to be able to predict where the next event will occur.

Startupbusiness.it: When the policeman becomes a startupper: Keycrime

The world of predictive software is evolving rapidly and as a result it is becoming more and more reliable and even more attractive to the world of venture capital. And because applying technology to policing makes the world better for citizens, KeyCrime attracted the attention of the noted ‘social innovation’ venture capital firm, Oltre Venture..

Startupmagazine.it: Predictive analytics, Oltre Venture invests in KeyCrime

Oltre chose to invest in KeyCrime because of its alignment with the social mission of Oltre Venture. Doing good and making safer streets for citizens and the police alike is fully in line with the Social Impact investing principles of Oltre Venture.

KeyCrime: a glimpse of the future.

A recent article by Cesare Parodi and Valentina Sellaroli, reported in Contemporary Criminal Law (6/2019), illustrates its possibilities and legal implications. In fact, predictive software has long been used in various cities around the world. Each has peculiar characteristics, but a common trend emerges: focusing on a purely statistical analysis, aimed at indicating the place and time when, most likely, a crime may occur.