This chapter presents a brief summary of the book’s main arguments as well as an outlook and some practical advice for the use of predictive policing and other algorithmic crime analysis applications. It discusses how experiences from the implementation and everyday use of predictive policing have revealed a number of technical and organizational shortcomings in police departments and how the political and public exposure of predictive policing was mobilized to put these shortcomings high on the reform agenda. Reviewing a number of legal and technological initiatives for future data-driven policing in Germany and Switzerland, the chapter illustrates how predictive policing is likely to aggravate already existing trends toward “datafication” and “platformization” in police work. We conclude the book with a call to carefully balance predictive policing with civil liberties and human rights, and outline seven practical recommendations for a prudent use of algorithmic analysis tools in everyday police work.