A SURVEY OF BIG DATA AND DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR CRIME PREVENTION

  • Sa'adatu Suleiman Sanusi University Malaysia Terengganu
  • Ahmad Shukri Bin Mohd Noor
  • Noor Hafhizah Abdrahim UMT
Keywords: Big Data, Crimes, Data Mining, Survey

Abstract

Crimes remain a serious challenge to many societies and nations across the globe, despite technological advancement. Efforts by security agencies must remain a step ahead of potential attacks in order to effectively prevent crimes from occurring. The police stations and other related criminal justice departments have several large databases that can be used to forecast or examine criminal activities.  Data Mining, the method of uncovering sensitive information from big data, is now an effective tool for combating, curbing and preventing crimes of all sorts. The main aim of this paper is to provide a systematic survey of how Data Mining techniques are applicable in combating crimes. In this paper, we selected widely applicable data mining techniques that were commonly used for crime analysis and prevention in previous related studies. A summary table of many relevant crime- Data Mining applications is included that will serve as a reference for researchers. Each technique has its specific use. Data mining methods are quickly explained to the reader that includes Classification, Cluster analysis, Association rue mining, Entity extraction and Social network analysis amongst others.

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Published
2020-11-30
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Suleiman Sanusi, S., Bin Mohd Noor, A. S., & Abdrahim, N. H. (2020). A SURVEY OF BIG DATA AND DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR CRIME PREVENTION. COMPUSOFT: An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 9(11), 3927-3933. Retrieved from https://ijact.in/index.php/ijact/article/view/1255