IUPUI

Community Data Analytics for Social Harm
CDASH

NSF
Communities are adversely affected by crime, traffic crashes, medical emergencies, and other social harm events. CDASH is an NSF funded project focusing on the design and implementation of software systems for quickly identifying social harm risks and triggering appropriate responses in near real-time.‚Äč
The project is a collaboration between the IUPUI Department of Computer and Information Science, O'Neil School of Public and Environmental affairs, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, and Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services. The project will culminate in a three month randomized controlled trial of data-driven, harm-focused policing and emergency response in Indianapolis.