Mapping and Analysing Crime Data: Lessons from Research and Practice

Synopsis

The book sets out methods used in the field of Geographical Information Systems and highlights areas of best practice, examines the types of problems to which spatial crime analysis can be applied, reviews the capabilities and limitations of existing techniques, and explores the future directions of spatial crime analysis and the need for training. It centers on a series of case studies highlighting the experiences of academics and practitioners in agencies centrally involved in the partnership approach to crime prevention.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Kate Bowers
  • Alex Hirschfield
  • Ian Turton
  • Stan Openshaw
  • Andrew Costello
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 2001

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