Making the Public Safe: Compstat, Stop and Frisk, and Cooking the Books

When: Fri, December 14, 3pm – 5pm, 2012
Where: Razak School of Government, 26 Persiaran Perdana, Presint 3, Putrajaya, Malaysia
Admission: Free
Info: RSOG

CompStat (Computer Statistics) is the name given to the New York City Police Department's accountability process. It is a management philosophy or organizational management tool for police departments, roughly equivalent to Six Sigma or TQM. CompStat is a multilayered dynamic approach to crime reduction, quality of life improvement, and personnel and resource management.

Speaker: Prof William B. Eimicke served as New York City's Deputy Fire Commissioner for Strategic Planning and Policy. He led numerous innovations to reduce response time to fires, establish a computerized risk-based inspection program, and provide advanced management training for senior Fire and Emergency Medical Services officers. He is the founding director of the Picker Center for Executive Education of Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.