Police Data Challenge: One Day Left to Submit

If you declared intent to enter the Police Data Challenge, then time is almost up to submit your entry!

The deadline to complete and submit your presentation is tomorrow, Friday, November 3. Your submission should be in the form of up to 10 PowerPoint slides to explain your findings and recommendations, and a written technical statement detailing your methods and analysis in 500 words or less.

Once you’ve submitted your entry, our expert judges will use these criteria to evaluate the overall quality, data assessment and any implicit biases.

If your team is still finalizing your presentation, here are some helpful resources:

Ready? Submit your presentation here.  

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