500 cases resolved by High Priority Offender Unit (HPO)
He began his criminal career with a burglary in 2000. Before he turned 40, he racked up 16 felony convictions. Though he was versatile – stealing cars, committing identify theft, and dabbling in drugs, burglary remained his crime of choice.
This year he went on a short crime spree, which included yet another burglary. Our new data-driven system identified him as a High Priority Offender (HPO) based on his conduct and history. He was charged, convicted, and recently sentenced to several years in prison.
This was the 500th HPO case. Read more.