The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office was recognized in the category of data-driven policing for implementing C3 AI Law Enforcement for analytics-powered public safety. “C3 AI is honored to be on this journey with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office to improve overall efficiency, leading to safer cities and towns,” said Thomas Siebel, C3 AI CEO. “We are proud to contribute to their success as Sheriff Corpus strives to create an environment of trust, transparency, and safety for the residents within her community.”The Smart Cities Awards recognize the progress states and municipalities have made in executing smart cities projects, as well as provide a forum for sharing best practices around smart city development. Using C3 AI Law Enforcement, the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office aims to reduce the time to solve cases, increase agency collaboration, and improve public safety. “Our annual Smart Cities North America Awards recognize the best of the best among smart city initiatives and unlike anything else in the industry, provide a blueprint for government officials looking to execute similar projects,” said Ruthbea Yesner, Vice President, IDC Government Insights and Smart Cities and Communities Strategies.