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ArcGIS Open Data

February 5, 2016

Esri Supports White House Police Data Initiative

Redlands, California—February 5, 2016 — Esri announced the availability of the ArcGIS Open Data Initiative for Law Enforcement, which allows police agencies of any size to build and share authoritative data for better policing and community engagement. The Esri announcement supports the White House Police Data Initiative, which has mobilized 30 leading jurisdictions across the