To compare the benefits and cost of systems (in particular CCTV systems, data storage, matching and mining, social networks, RFID and geo-locations, and automated/non-automated systems for financial tracking) used in the detection, prevention and prosecution of crime using standard tools of economic evaluation.
P1RuG, P2UCLAN, P3UL, P4LSC, P5BBU, P6UiO, P7ULE, P8LIF, P9UU, P10UGOE, P11USFD, P12LUH, P14FMUNIBA, P15UoM, P16UNIVIE, P17MU, P18ECU, P19INTERPOL
Description of work
Task 10.1 Identifying suitable models for economic optimization of monitoring and surveillance systems
This sub-task will carry out a thorough literature review of economic evaluation models used or that could potentially be used in the economic evaluation of monitoring surveillance models.
Task 10.2 Carry out economic evaluation of the monitoring and surveillance systems under review in this project
This sub-task will include
- Identifying the ‘public good’ characteristics and other difficult to quantify characteristics (e.g. effect on privacy and data protection) of surveillance systems
- Carry out an estimate of the cost of the various threats and incidents that need to be addressed by the surveillance systems
- Carrying out a benefits and costs analysis of existing (and proposed) surveillance systems