Conclusions The project which was introduced in this paper was built from two projects but the original idea was the same: supporting the police work using 3D (GIS) spatial models. The project satisfied the preconditions. The police is using my models and videos with great enthusiasm because this is unique in our country to use 3D models in police labors. I tried to add a new way of thinking to the police where they can make better briefings and covers in cheaper and faster ways. A well trained GIS specialist can help the police in covers and secures like this projects but also can help to solve crimes with the tools of GIS. Think about a line-robbery where a GIS application can monitor the relation between the places at the map. Or think about the laser scanner technology. In the developed countries the police use laser scanners to CSI (crime scene investigation) because they don’t have to take pictures instead of they can take the whole scene to the labor. The police officers ask me often what a land surveyor can do for the police? If you see we can help them to solve problems, prepare for the riot and solve crimes. The project what I made is just the top of the iceberg. I think there are great opportunities at this sector of the government and the education doesn’t pay enough attention for this and also for the education of laser scanners. Anno at 1955 the MIT said the world need only 5 computers. Let us see the world nowadays. Our professionals say that we don’t need so much laser scanners. What will they say about 50 years later? I cannot reform the GIS or the police methods but I can flash light on the defect of the way of thinking. I hope in few years the police will use much more GIS technology to make our world safer and better.
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Acknowledgment The project were initiated by key persons at Police Department of Fejér County Police Department of Somogy County University of West Hungary - Faculty of Geoinformatics and supported by Hungarian Geodetic and Mapping Company Limited Leica Geosystems Hungary The author would like to express his gratitude for their consistent advice and also for their help in project delivery.
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