In the 90s, when Bill Bratton was New York City's police commissioner, he developed a system of continuously tracking crime that was given a name that sounds as nebulous and broad as the concept of big data: CompStat.

The method is credited with dramatically reducing murders in the Big Apple. It would later be adopted around the country.

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