NIJ – Crime Mapping

The NIJ-Crime Mapping section of the Justice Academy provides a convenient portal to a variety of reports and analysis sources that are made available for your use, and which are provided directly from the National Institute of Justice server. Please note and respect the copyright requirements associated with each article (if any) within this collection. The Justice Academy greatly appreciates the cooperation and support of the NIJ in making these valuable resources available to the law and justice profession. For a complete list of resources by topical area we invite you to visit the National Institute of Justice repository at http://nij.gov/nij/publications/collections.htm.

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1. Comprehensive Community Based Information System to Reduce Youth and Gang Violence in Los Angeles County and Beyond
NCJ 242277, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Lieutenant Cheryl Newman-Tarwater, Detective Ray Bercini
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2. Criminal Justice and Public Health Approaches to Violent Crime: Complementary Perspectives
NCJ 242273, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic
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3. Geography and Public Safety: A Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 3, Issue 2, August 2012
NCJ 240297, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (19 pages)
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4. Integrating Emergency Department and Police Data to Locate and Prevent Violence: The Cardiff Model
NCJ 242274, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Iain Brennan, Jonathan Shepherd
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5. Using Public Health Strategies to Reduce Violence in "Hot Spots" in East Palo Alto, California
NCJ 242275, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Sarah Lawrence, Chief Ronald Davis, Brad Jacobson
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6. What Can We Learn from Public Health? – An Example of Sharing Law Enforcement Spatial Data with Community Partners
NCJ 242276, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Nicole Robinson MSW, MPH
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7. Engaging the Community: Operation Heat Wave
NCJ 242239, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Brigitte Gassaway, Sergeant Steven Armon, Dana Perez
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8. Full Spectrum Use of GIS by Law Enforcement: It’s Not Just About Mapping Crime
NCJ 242237, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic, Nicole Scalisi
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9. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 3, Issue 1
NCJ 236143, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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10. Integration of Centralized Intelligence with Geographic Information Systems: A Countywide Initiative
NCJ 242238, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeffrey S. Paul, Thomas M. Joiner
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11. Measuring Potential Diffusion of Benefits and Crime Displacement Near Public Surveillance Systems
NCJ 242240, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Samantha S. Lowry, Nancy G. La Vigne
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12. Shawnee Viewer: Streamlining Police Databases
NCJ 242241, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Susan C. Smith
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13. Hot Spots Policing – NIJ Research for the Real World Seminar
NCJ 234700, October 2009, Recorded Seminar, by Mary Lou Leary, Dr. David Weisburd
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14. Experimenting with Future-Oriented Analysis at Crime Hot Spots in Minneapolis
NCJ 233969, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeff Egge (4 pages)
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15. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 4
NCJ 233965, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (16 pages)
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16. Geospatial Technology Working Group (TWG): Meeting Report on Predictive Policing
NCJ 233970, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (2 pages)
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17. Police Legitimacy and Predictive Policing
NCJ 233966, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Casady (2 pages)
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18. Predicting Demand for Service for Future Developments
NCJ 233971, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip Mielke (3 pages)
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19. Predictive Policing Symposium: A Strategic Discussion
NCJ 233967, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (2 pages)
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20. Proactive Policing: Using Geographic Analysis to Fight Crime
NCJ 233968, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Colleen McCue Ph.D. (3 pages)
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21. In Brief: Block by Block: Zeroing in on Crime Trends
NCJ 233283, March 2011, NIJ Journal, by Philip Bulman (2 pages)
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22. Changing Environment for Policing, 1985-2008
NCJ 230576, September 2010, by David H Bayley, Christine Nixon (16 pages)
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23. Data-Driven Policing: How Geographic Analysis Can Reduce Social Harm
NCJ 231109, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Earl Hardy (2 pages)
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24. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 3
NCJ 231108, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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25. Implementing DDACTS in Baltimore County: Using Geographic Incident Patterns to Deploy Enforcement
NCJ 231111, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Howard Hall, Emily N. Puls (3 pages)
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26. Integrating Crime and Traffic Crash Data in Nashville
NCJ 231113, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jason Wyatt, Michael Alexander (3 pages)
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27. Place as the Focal Point: Developing a Theory for the DDACTS Model
NCJ 231110, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson (2 pages)
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28. Traffic Safety Initiative Modernizes Resource Deployment in Lafourche Parish
NCJ 231112, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Scott Silverii (3 pages)
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29. David Weisburd Wins the Stockholm Prize in Criminology
NCJ 230418, June 2010, NIJ Journal, by National Institute of Justice (1 page)
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30. Applying Community Tapestry Data to Public Safety
NCJ 229233, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Phil Mielke (3 pages)
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31. Improving Responses to Citizens Questions about Community Safety
NCJ 229234, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jim Zepp (3 pages)
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32. Neighborhoods Matter: A Situational Policing Perspective
NCJ 229232, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic (3 pages)
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33. Not In My Neighborhood: An Essay on Policing Place
NCJ 229230, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Marc S. Buslik (4 pages)
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34. Policing Neighborhoods in Baltimore County
NCJ 229231, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip R. Canter, Major Mark Warren (4 pages)
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35. Why Neighborhoods Matter: The Importance of Geographic Composition
NCJ 229229, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson (2 pages)
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36. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 2
NCJ 229228, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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37. Highlight: California University of Pennsylvania Opens Crime Mapping Center
NCJ 228497, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Mueller Ph.D. (1 page)
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38. One Week in Heron City: A Case Study (Case A): A Case Study
NCJ 227664, September 2009, by Malcolm K. Sparrow Ph.D. (18 pages)
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39. One Week in Heron City: A Case Study (Case B): A Case Study
NCJ 227665, September 2009, by Malcolm K. Sparrow Ph.D. (33 pages)
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40. Getting Ready: How Arizona Has Created a ‘Parallel Universe’ for Inmates
NCJ 226871, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Dora Schriro (8 pages)
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41. Preventing Neighborhood Crime: Geography Matters
NCJ 226875, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Ronald E. Wilson, Timothy H. Brown, Beth Schuster (6 pages)
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42. Ten Ways You Can Use the NCSTL Web Site
NCJ 226876, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Diana Botluk (3 pages)
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43. Districting and Resource Allocation: A Question of Balance
NCJ 225753, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Christopher Bruce (3 pages)
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44. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 4
NCJ 225752, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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45. Geospatial Technology Helps East Orange Crack Down on Crime
NCJ 225756, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Allison Mayer (3 pages)
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46. Tactical Deployment: The Next Great Paradigm Shift in Law Enforcement?
NCJ 225755, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Douglass (2 pages)
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47. Tucson Police Officers Redraw Division Boundaries To Balance Their Workload
NCJ 225754, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Autumn Kistler (3 pages)
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48. Assessing the Impact of Home Foreclosures in Charlotte Neighborhoods
NCJ 224032, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Michael Bess (4 pages)
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49. Breaking New Windows–Examining the Subprime Mortgage Crisis Using the Broken Windows Theory
NCJ 224034, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Louis Tuthill (2 pages)
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50. Foreclosures and Crime: A Geographical Perspective
NCJ 224031, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson, Derek J. Paulsen (2 pages)
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51. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 3
NCJ 224030, September 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (19 pages)
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52. The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership–Creating Positive Change for Depressed Neighborhoods
NCJ 224035, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Timothy Brown (1 page)
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53. New Model for Institutionalizing Problem Analysis in Police Agencies
NCJ 224037, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Rachel Boba, Nicole J. Scalisi (3 pages)
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54. Using Geographic Information Systems To Support Broken Windows Policing
NCJ 224036, September 2008, by Philip J. Mielke (3 pages)
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55. Using Maps of Home Foreclosures to Understand National and Local Problems
NCJ 224033, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Erin Dalton, Robert Gradeck, Anthony Mercaldo (4 pages)
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56. Sex Offender Residency Restrictions: How Mapping Can Inform Policy
NCJ 222759, July 2008, In Short, by National Institute of Justice (2 pages)
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57. Creating a Safer Houston Through Crash Mapping
NCJ 223409, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeff Kaufman (4 pages)
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58. Creating Base Maps and Layer Files for Cartographic Consistency
NCJ 223411, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Phil Mielke (3 pages)
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59. Idaho’s Statistical Analysis Center Helps State Police Solve Personnel Allocation Problem
NCJ 223412, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Janeena Wing (3 pages)
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60. Mapping Programs Target Alcohol-Impaired Driving
NCJ 223410, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Beretich (4 pages)
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61. On Traffic Safety and Law Enforcement
NCJ 223408, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ned Levine Ph.D. (2 pages)
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62. Spatial Analyses of Crime
NCJ 185541, 2000, by Luc Anselin, Jacqueline Cohen, David Cook, Wilpen Gorr, George Tita, Criminal Justice 2000, Volume 4: Measurement and Analysis of Crime and Justice (50 pages)
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63. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 2
NCJ 223348, July 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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64. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 1
NCJ 222175, February 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (15 pages)
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65. Targeting Crime in Hot Spots and Hot Places
NCJ 222177, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Katie Filbert (4 pages)
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66. Using ModelBuilder for Geographic Information System Tasks
NCJ 222178, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip Mielke (3 pages)
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67. What is Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety?
NCJ 222176, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ron Wilson, Kurt Smith (3 pages)
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68. Predicting a Criminal’s Journey to Crime
NCJ 212264, January 2006, NIJ Journal, by National Institute of Justice (4 pages)
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69. Special Technologies for Law Enforcement and Corrections
NCJ 208707, July 2005, NIJ Journal, by William Falcon (6 pages)
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70. Mapping Crime: Understanding Hot Spots
NCJ 209393, August 2005, Special Report, by John E. Eck, Spencer Chainey, James G. Cameron, Michael Leitner, Ronald E. Wilson (77 pages)
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71. Using Geographic Information Systems To Map Crime Victim Services: A Guide for State Victims of Crime Act Administrators and Victim Service Providers
NCJ 191877, February 2003, NIJ Guide, by Debra A. Stoe, Carol R. Watkins, Jeffrey Kerr,
Linda Rost, Theodosia Craig (50 pages)
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72. Privacy in the Information Age: A Guide for Sharing Crime Maps and Spatial Data
NCJ 188739, July 2001, Research Report, by Julie Wartell, J. Thomas McEwen (62 pages)
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73. Crime Mapping and Analysis by Community Organizations in Hartford, Connecticut: Research in Brief
NCJ 185333, March 2001, Research in Brief, by Thomas Rich (11 pages)
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74. Mapping Crime: Principle and Practice
NCJ 178919, December 1999, Research Report, by Keith Harries Ph.D. (204 pages)
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75. The Use of Computerized Crime Mapping by Law Enforcement: Survey Results
NCJ 184387, January 1999, by Cynthia A. Mamalian, Nancy G. LaVigne and the staff of the Crime Mapping Research Center (3 pages)
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76. Crime and Place: Plenary Papers of the 1997 Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation
NCJ 168618, July 1998, Plenary Papers, by Ralph B. Taylor, Gordon Bazemore, Barbara Boland, Todd R. Clear, Ronald P. Corbett, Jr., John Feinblatt, Greg Berman, Michele Sviridoff, Christopher Stone (105 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF | Text

 

77. Chicago Police Department’s Information Collection for Automated Mapping (ICAM) Program
NCJ 160764, July 1996, Program Focus, by Thomas F. Rich (16 pages)
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78. Use of Computerized Mapping in Crime Control and Prevention Programs
NCJ 155182, July 1995, Research in Action, by Thomas F. Rich (11 pages)
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1. Predictive Policing: The Role of Crime Forecasting in Law Enforcement Operations
NCJ 243830, September 2013, Grant Report, by Walter L. Perry, Brian McInnis, Carter C. Price, Susan C. Smith, John S. Hollywood (189 pages)
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2. Effects of Data Quality on Predictive Hotspot Mapping
NCJ 239861, September 2012, Grant Report, by Timothy C. Hart Ph.D., Paul A. Zandbergen Ph.D. (89 pages)
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3. Survey and Evaluation of Online Crime Mapping Companies
NCJ 239908, February 2012, Grant Report, by Derek Paulsen, James LeBeau (25 pages)
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4. Increasing Student and Community Safety Partnership: A Researcher-Practitioner Partnership between West Virginia University Department of Geology and Geography, the West Virginia University Police Department and the Morgantown Police Department
NCJ 239171, June 2012, Grant Report, by Gregory Elmes, George Roedl (70 pages)
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5. Investigating the Simultaneous Effects of Individual, Program and Neighborhood Attributes on Juvenile Recidivism Using GIS and Spatial Data Mining
NCJ 237986, 2009, Grant Report, by Philip Harris, Jeremy Mennis, Zoran Obradovic, Alan Izenman, Heidi Grunwald, Brian Lockwood, Joe Jupin, Laura Chisholm (253 pages)
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6. New Mathematical Approach to Geographic Profiling
NCJ 237985, December 2009, Grant Report, by Mike O’Leary (96 pages)
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7. Merging Technologies for Better Policing
NCJ 242249, February 2012, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article
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8. National Discussion on Predictive Policing: Defining Our Terms and Mapping Successful Implementation Strategies
NCJ 230404, November 2009, by Craig D. Uchida (9 pages)
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9. Alcohol Outlets as Attractors of Violence and Disorder: A Closer Look at the Neighborhood Environment
NCJ 227646, April 2008, Grant Report, by Caterina Gouvis Roman, Shannon E. Reid, Avinash S. Bhati, Bogdan Tereshchenko (156 pages)
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10. Mapping Crime in the 21st Century
NCJ 153004, 1994, by National Institute of Justice (53 pages)
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11. Calculate Repeat Crime
NCJ 224533, October 2008, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (2 pages)
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12. Unintended Consequences of Sex Offender Residency Laws: Can GIS Mapping Help?
NCJ 223565, August 2008, by Janet Mandelstam, Carrie Mulford, Corrections Today Article (2 pages)
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13. Geospatial Analysis of Terrorist Activities: The Identification of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Preparatory Behavior of International and Environmental Terrorists
NCJ 222909, February 2008, Grant Report, by Brent L. Smith, Jackson Cothren, Paxton Roberts, Kelly R. Damphousse (86 pages)
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14. Compstat and Organizational Change: A National Assessment
NCJ 222322, 2001, Grant Report, by David Weisburd, Rosann Greenspan, Stephen Mastrofski, James J. Willis (283 pages)
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15. Exploring the Spatial Configuration of Places Related to Homicide Events, Final Report
NCJ 214254, March 2006, by Elizabeth Groff, Tom McEwen (135 pages)
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16. Visualization of Spatial Relationships in Mobility Research: A Primer
NCJ 214255, March 2006, Grant Report, by Elizabeth Groff, Thomas McEwen (65 pages)
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17. Motor Vehicle Theft: Crime and Spatial Analysis in a Non-Urban Region
NCJ 215179, August 2006, by G. David Garson, Deborah Lamm Weisel, Alexi Pavlichev, William R.. Smith, Julie Wartell (169 pages)
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18. From Description to Prediction: Crime Mapping
NCJ 211854, 2001, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (4 pages)
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19. A FALCON’s Eye
NCJ 211773, 1999, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (1 page)
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20. Development of Crime Forecasting and Mapping Systems for Use by Police
NCJ 211973, February 2005, by Jacqueline Cohen, Wilpen Gorr (155 pages)
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21. Does Crime Just Move Around the Corner? A Study of Displacement and Diffusion in Jersey City, NJ
NCJ 211679, December 2004, by David Weisburd, Laura Wyckoff, Justin Ready, John Eck, Josh Hinkle, Frank Gajewski (369 pages)
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22. CrimeStat III–A Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations
NCJ 209264, November 2004, Grant Report, by Levin, Ned (874 pages)
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23. Geographies of Urban Crime: An Intraurban Study of Crime in Nashville, TN; Portland, OR; and Tucson, AZ
NCJ 209263, 2004, Grant Report, by Cahill, Meagan E. (197 pages)
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24. Methodology for Evaluating Geographic Profiling Software, Final Report
NCJ 208993, December 2004, Grant Report, by Rich, Tom; Shively, Michael (258 pages)
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25. Criminal Careers of Places: A Longitudinal Study
NCJ 207824, July 2004, Grant Report, by Lum, Cynthia; Weisburd, David; Yang, Sue-Ming (112 pages)
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26. Robust Spatial Analysis of Rare Crimes, Executive Summary
NCJ 205909, April 2004, Grant Report, by Bhati, Avinash Singh (9 pages)
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27. Robust Spatial Analysis of Rare Crimes
NCJ 205910, March 2004, Grant Report, by Bhati, Avinash Singh (73 pages)
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28. Innovative Crime Mapping Techniques and Spatial Analysis
NCJ 204432, 1997, Grant Report, by Goldsmith, Victor; Mollenkopf, John (17 pages)
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29. Detection and Prediction of Geographical Changes in Crime Rates, Executive Summary
NCJ 202933, 2003, Grant Report, by Batta, Rajan; Rogerson, Peter; Rump, Christopher M. (10 pages)
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30. Strategy for Enhancing the Design and Analytical Potential of Mapping in Criminal Justice Operations & Research, Final Report
NCJ 193803, 2000, Grant Report, by LeBeau, James L. (11 pages)
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31. Affordable Crime Mapping and Information Sharing Technology
NCJ 188873, 2001, Grant Report, by Pennington, R. J. (5 pages)
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32. Establishing a Research Partnership: The Forest Park (OH) Police Division and the University of Cincinnati
NCJ 189030, 1998, Grant Report, by Hughes, Kenneth D.; Travis III, Lawrence F. (38 pages)
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33. Evaluating the Feasibility and Utility of Forms-Scanning Software for Streamlining Crime Mapping Data Collection & Analysis: Final Report
NCJ 197136, July 2001, Grant Report, by Vila, Bryan (64 pages)
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34. Crime Analysis Geographic Information System Services: Advanced Tools Report
NCJ 194340, August 1999, Grant Report, by Bolino, Monika; Mitchell, Philip C.; Zubrow, Ezra B. (86 pages)
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35. CrimeStat II: Spatial Description, Part II
NCJ 195773, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (190 pages)
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36. CrimeStat II: Spatial Modeling, Part III
NCJ 195774, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (188 pages)
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37. Identification, Development and Implementation of Innovative Crime Mapping Techniques and Spatial Analysis, Final Report
NCJ 198475, March 2000, Grant Report, by Goldsmith, Victor; McGuire, Philip; McLafferty, Sara; Mollenkopf, John (51 pages)
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38. Demonstration of Orthophotographic Representation and Analysis, Final Research Report, Revised November 2001
NCJ 191862, November 2001, Grant Report, by Harries, Keith (57 pages)
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39. Targeting Auto Theft with a Regional Task Force and Mapping Technology
NCJ 185356, April 1998, Grant Report, by Melton, Roni; Mulmat, Darlanne H.; Pennell, Susan; Rienick, Cynthia (190 pages)
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40. Artificial Neural Network System for Classification of Offenders in Murder and Rape Cases
NCJ 190984, October 2000, Grant Report, by Kangas, L. J. (69 pages)
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41. Development of a Spatial Analysis Toolkit for Use in a Metropolitan Crime Incident Geographic Information System
NCJ 179282, August 1999, Grant Report, by Ned Levine Ph.D. (281 pages)
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42. Spatial Analysis of Crime in Appalachia
NCJ 189559, 2001, Grant Report, by Cameron, James G. (214 pages)
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43. Spatial Analysis of Crime in Appalachia: Executive Summary
NCJ 189560, 2001, Grant Report, by Cameron, James G. (21 pages)
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44. CrimeStat II: A Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations, Part I
NCJ 195772, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (115 pages)
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1. Predictive Policing: The Role of Crime Forecasting in Law Enforcement Operations
NCJ 243830, September 2013, Grant Report, by Walter L. Perry, Brian McInnis, Carter C. Price, Susan C. Smith, John S. Hollywood (189 pages)
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2. Comprehensive Community Based Information System to Reduce Youth and Gang Violence in Los Angeles County and Beyond
NCJ 242277, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Lieutenant Cheryl Newman-Tarwater, Detective Ray Bercini
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

3. Criminal Justice and Public Health Approaches to Violent Crime: Complementary Perspectives
NCJ 242273, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

4. Geography and Public Safety: A Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 3, Issue 2, August 2012
NCJ 240297, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (19 pages)
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5. Integrating Emergency Department and Police Data to Locate and Prevent Violence: The Cardiff Model
NCJ 242274, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Iain Brennan, Jonathan Shepherd
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

6. Using Public Health Strategies to Reduce Violence in "Hot Spots" in East Palo Alto, California
NCJ 242275, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Sarah Lawrence, Chief Ronald Davis, Brad Jacobson
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

7. What Can We Learn from Public Health? – An Example of Sharing Law Enforcement Spatial Data with Community Partners
NCJ 242276, August 2012, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Nicole Robinson MSW, MPH
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8. Effects of Data Quality on Predictive Hotspot Mapping
NCJ 239861, September 2012, Grant Report, by Timothy C. Hart Ph.D., Paul A. Zandbergen Ph.D. (89 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

9. Survey and Evaluation of Online Crime Mapping Companies
NCJ 239908, February 2012, Grant Report, by Derek Paulsen, James LeBeau (25 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

10. Increasing Student and Community Safety Partnership: A Researcher-Practitioner Partnership between West Virginia University Department of Geology and Geography, the West Virginia University Police Department and the Morgantown Police Department
NCJ 239171, June 2012, Grant Report, by Gregory Elmes, George Roedl (70 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

11. Investigating the Simultaneous Effects of Individual, Program and Neighborhood Attributes on Juvenile Recidivism Using GIS and Spatial Data Mining
NCJ 237986, 2009, Grant Report, by Philip Harris, Jeremy Mennis, Zoran Obradovic, Alan Izenman, Heidi Grunwald, Brian Lockwood, Joe Jupin, Laura Chisholm (253 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

12. New Mathematical Approach to Geographic Profiling
NCJ 237985, December 2009, Grant Report, by Mike O’Leary (96 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

13. Merging Technologies for Better Policing
NCJ 242249, February 2012, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article
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14. Engaging the Community: Operation Heat Wave
NCJ 242239, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Brigitte Gassaway, Sergeant Steven Armon, Dana Perez
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

15. Full Spectrum Use of GIS by Law Enforcement: It’s Not Just About Mapping Crime
NCJ 242237, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic, Nicole Scalisi
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

16. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 3, Issue 1
NCJ 236143, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

17. Integration of Centralized Intelligence with Geographic Information Systems: A Countywide Initiative
NCJ 242238, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeffrey S. Paul, Thomas M. Joiner
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

18. Measuring Potential Diffusion of Benefits and Crime Displacement Near Public Surveillance Systems
NCJ 242240, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Samantha S. Lowry, Nancy G. La Vigne
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

19. Shawnee Viewer: Streamlining Police Databases
NCJ 242241, October 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Susan C. Smith
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

20. Hot Spots Policing – NIJ Research for the Real World Seminar
NCJ 234700, October 2009, Recorded Seminar, by Mary Lou Leary, Dr. David Weisburd
Summary/Abstract | HTML(Transcript) | Video(01:10:27)

 

21. Experimenting with Future-Oriented Analysis at Crime Hot Spots in Minneapolis
NCJ 233969, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeff Egge (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

22. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 4
NCJ 233965, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (16 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

23. Geospatial Technology Working Group (TWG): Meeting Report on Predictive Policing
NCJ 233970, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

24. Police Legitimacy and Predictive Policing
NCJ 233966, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Casady (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

25. Predicting Demand for Service for Future Developments
NCJ 233971, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip Mielke (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

26. Predictive Policing Symposium: A Strategic Discussion
NCJ 233967, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

27. Proactive Policing: Using Geographic Analysis to Fight Crime
NCJ 233968, March 2011, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Colleen McCue Ph.D. (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

28. In Brief: Block by Block: Zeroing in on Crime Trends
NCJ 233283, March 2011, NIJ Journal, by Philip Bulman (2 pages)
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29. Changing Environment for Policing, 1985-2008
NCJ 230576, September 2010, by David H Bayley, Christine Nixon (16 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

30. Data-Driven Policing: How Geographic Analysis Can Reduce Social Harm
NCJ 231109, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Earl Hardy (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

31. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 3
NCJ 231108, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

32. Implementing DDACTS in Baltimore County: Using Geographic Incident Patterns to Deploy Enforcement
NCJ 231111, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Howard Hall, Emily N. Puls (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

33. Integrating Crime and Traffic Crash Data in Nashville
NCJ 231113, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jason Wyatt, Michael Alexander (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

34. Place as the Focal Point: Developing a Theory for the DDACTS Model
NCJ 231110, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

35. Traffic Safety Initiative Modernizes Resource Deployment in Lafourche Parish
NCJ 231112, June 2010, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Scott Silverii (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

36. David Weisburd Wins the Stockholm Prize in Criminology
NCJ 230418, June 2010, NIJ Journal, by National Institute of Justice (1 page)
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37. National Discussion on Predictive Policing: Defining Our Terms and Mapping Successful Implementation Strategies
NCJ 230404, November 2009, by Craig D. Uchida (9 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

38. Applying Community Tapestry Data to Public Safety
NCJ 229233, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Phil Mielke (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

39. Improving Responses to Citizens Questions about Community Safety
NCJ 229234, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jim Zepp (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

40. Neighborhoods Matter: A Situational Policing Perspective
NCJ 229232, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Markovic (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

41. Not In My Neighborhood: An Essay on Policing Place
NCJ 229230, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Marc S. Buslik (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

42. Policing Neighborhoods in Baltimore County
NCJ 229231, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip R. Canter, Major Mark Warren (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

43. Why Neighborhoods Matter: The Importance of Geographic Composition
NCJ 229229, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

44. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety, Volume 2, Issue 2
NCJ 229228, December 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
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45. Highlight: California University of Pennsylvania Opens Crime Mapping Center
NCJ 228497, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Mueller Ph.D. (1 page)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

46. One Week in Heron City: A Case Study (Case A): A Case Study
NCJ 227664, September 2009, by Malcolm K. Sparrow Ph.D. (18 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

47. One Week in Heron City: A Case Study (Case B): A Case Study
NCJ 227665, September 2009, by Malcolm K. Sparrow Ph.D. (33 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

48. Alcohol Outlets as Attractors of Violence and Disorder: A Closer Look at the Neighborhood Environment
NCJ 227646, April 2008, Grant Report, by Caterina Gouvis Roman, Shannon E. Reid, Avinash S. Bhati, Bogdan Tereshchenko (156 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

49. Getting Ready: How Arizona Has Created a ‘Parallel Universe’ for Inmates
NCJ 226871, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Dora Schriro (8 pages)
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50. Preventing Neighborhood Crime: Geography Matters
NCJ 226875, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Ronald E. Wilson, Timothy H. Brown, Beth Schuster (6 pages)
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51. Ten Ways You Can Use the NCSTL Web Site
NCJ 226876, June 2009, NIJ Journal, by Diana Botluk (3 pages)
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52. Districting and Resource Allocation: A Question of Balance
NCJ 225753, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Christopher Bruce (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

53. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 4
NCJ 225752, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

54. Geospatial Technology Helps East Orange Crack Down on Crime
NCJ 225756, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Allison Mayer (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

55. Tactical Deployment: The Next Great Paradigm Shift in Law Enforcement?
NCJ 225755, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by John Douglass (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

56. Tucson Police Officers Redraw Division Boundaries To Balance Their Workload
NCJ 225754, February 2009, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Autumn Kistler (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

57. Mapping Crime in the 21st Century
NCJ 153004, 1994, by National Institute of Justice (53 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

58. Calculate Repeat Crime
NCJ 224533, October 2008, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

59. Assessing the Impact of Home Foreclosures in Charlotte Neighborhoods
NCJ 224032, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Michael Bess (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

60. Breaking New Windows–Examining the Subprime Mortgage Crisis Using the Broken Windows Theory
NCJ 224034, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Louis Tuthill (2 pages)
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61. Foreclosures and Crime: A Geographical Perspective
NCJ 224031, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ronald E. Wilson, Derek J. Paulsen (2 pages)
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62. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 3
NCJ 224030, September 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (19 pages)
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63. The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership–Creating Positive Change for Depressed Neighborhoods
NCJ 224035, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Timothy Brown (1 page)
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64. New Model for Institutionalizing Problem Analysis in Police Agencies
NCJ 224037, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Rachel Boba, Nicole J. Scalisi (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

65. Using Geographic Information Systems To Support Broken Windows Policing
NCJ 224036, September 2008, by Philip J. Mielke (3 pages)
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66. Using Maps of Home Foreclosures to Understand National and Local Problems
NCJ 224033, September 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Erin Dalton, Robert Gradeck, Anthony Mercaldo (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

67. Unintended Consequences of Sex Offender Residency Laws: Can GIS Mapping Help?
NCJ 223565, August 2008, by Janet Mandelstam, Carrie Mulford, Corrections Today Article (2 pages)
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68. Sex Offender Residency Restrictions: How Mapping Can Inform Policy
NCJ 222759, July 2008, In Short, by National Institute of Justice (2 pages)
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69. Creating a Safer Houston Through Crash Mapping
NCJ 223409, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Jeff Kaufman (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

70. Creating Base Maps and Layer Files for Cartographic Consistency
NCJ 223411, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Phil Mielke (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

71. Idaho’s Statistical Analysis Center Helps State Police Solve Personnel Allocation Problem
NCJ 223412, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Janeena Wing (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

72. Mapping Programs Target Alcohol-Impaired Driving
NCJ 223410, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Tom Beretich (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

73. On Traffic Safety and Law Enforcement
NCJ 223408, July 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ned Levine Ph.D. (2 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

74. Spatial Analyses of Crime
NCJ 185541, 2000, by Luc Anselin, Jacqueline Cohen, David Cook, Wilpen Gorr, George Tita, Criminal Justice 2000, Volume 4: Measurement and Analysis of Crime and Justice (50 pages)
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75. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 2
NCJ 223348, July 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (20 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

76. Geospatial Analysis of Terrorist Activities: The Identification of Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Preparatory Behavior of International and Environmental Terrorists
NCJ 222909, February 2008, Grant Report, by Brent L. Smith, Jackson Cothren, Paxton Roberts, Kelly R. Damphousse (86 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

77. Compstat and Organizational Change: A National Assessment
NCJ 222322, 2001, Grant Report, by David Weisburd, Rosann Greenspan, Stephen Mastrofski, James J. Willis (283 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

78. Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 1
NCJ 222175, February 2008, by National Institute of Justice and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (15 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

79. Targeting Crime in Hot Spots and Hot Places
NCJ 222177, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Katie Filbert (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

80. Using ModelBuilder for Geographic Information System Tasks
NCJ 222178, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Philip Mielke (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

81. What is Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety?
NCJ 222176, February 2008, Geography and Public Safety Bulletin, by Ron Wilson, Kurt Smith (3 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

82. Exploring the Spatial Configuration of Places Related to Homicide Events, Final Report
NCJ 214254, March 2006, by Elizabeth Groff, Tom McEwen (135 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

83. Visualization of Spatial Relationships in Mobility Research: A Primer
NCJ 214255, March 2006, Grant Report, by Elizabeth Groff, Thomas McEwen (65 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

84. Predicting a Criminal’s Journey to Crime
NCJ 212264, January 2006, NIJ Journal, by National Institute of Justice (4 pages)
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85. Special Technologies for Law Enforcement and Corrections
NCJ 208707, July 2005, NIJ Journal, by William Falcon (6 pages)
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86. Motor Vehicle Theft: Crime and Spatial Analysis in a Non-Urban Region
NCJ 215179, August 2006, by G. David Garson, Deborah Lamm Weisel, Alexi Pavlichev, William R.. Smith, Julie Wartell (169 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

87. From Description to Prediction: Crime Mapping
NCJ 211854, 2001, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (4 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

88. A FALCON’s Eye
NCJ 211773, 1999, by National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, TechBeat Article (1 page)
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89. Development of Crime Forecasting and Mapping Systems for Use by Police
NCJ 211973, February 2005, by Jacqueline Cohen, Wilpen Gorr (155 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

90. Does Crime Just Move Around the Corner? A Study of Displacement and Diffusion in Jersey City, NJ
NCJ 211679, December 2004, by David Weisburd, Laura Wyckoff, Justin Ready, John Eck, Josh Hinkle, Frank Gajewski (369 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

91. Mapping Crime: Understanding Hot Spots
NCJ 209393, August 2005, Special Report, by John E. Eck, Spencer Chainey, James G. Cameron, Michael Leitner, Ronald E. Wilson (77 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

92. CrimeStat III–A Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations
NCJ 209264, November 2004, Grant Report, by Levin, Ned (874 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF | PDF

 

93. Geographies of Urban Crime: An Intraurban Study of Crime in Nashville, TN; Portland, OR; and Tucson, AZ
NCJ 209263, 2004, Grant Report, by Cahill, Meagan E. (197 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

94. Methodology for Evaluating Geographic Profiling Software, Final Report
NCJ 208993, December 2004, Grant Report, by Rich, Tom; Shively, Michael (258 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF | PDF

 

95. Criminal Careers of Places: A Longitudinal Study
NCJ 207824, July 2004, Grant Report, by Lum, Cynthia; Weisburd, David; Yang, Sue-Ming (112 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

96. Robust Spatial Analysis of Rare Crimes, Executive Summary
NCJ 205909, April 2004, Grant Report, by Bhati, Avinash Singh (9 pages)
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97. Robust Spatial Analysis of Rare Crimes
NCJ 205910, March 2004, Grant Report, by Bhati, Avinash Singh (73 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

98. Innovative Crime Mapping Techniques and Spatial Analysis
NCJ 204432, 1997, Grant Report, by Goldsmith, Victor; Mollenkopf, John (17 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

99. Detection and Prediction of Geographical Changes in Crime Rates, Executive Summary
NCJ 202933, 2003, Grant Report, by Batta, Rajan; Rogerson, Peter; Rump, Christopher M. (10 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

100. Strategy for Enhancing the Design and Analytical Potential of Mapping in Criminal Justice Operations & Research, Final Report
NCJ 193803, 2000, Grant Report, by LeBeau, James L. (11 pages)
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101. Affordable Crime Mapping and Information Sharing Technology
NCJ 188873, 2001, Grant Report, by Pennington, R. J. (5 pages)
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102. Establishing a Research Partnership: The Forest Park (OH) Police Division and the University of Cincinnati
NCJ 189030, 1998, Grant Report, by Hughes, Kenneth D.; Travis III, Lawrence F. (38 pages)
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103. Evaluating the Feasibility and Utility of Forms-Scanning Software for Streamlining Crime Mapping Data Collection & Analysis: Final Report
NCJ 197136, July 2001, Grant Report, by Vila, Bryan (64 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

104. Crime Analysis Geographic Information System Services: Advanced Tools Report
NCJ 194340, August 1999, Grant Report, by Bolino, Monika; Mitchell, Philip C.; Zubrow, Ezra B. (86 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

105. CrimeStat II: Spatial Description, Part II
NCJ 195773, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (190 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

106. CrimeStat II: Spatial Modeling, Part III
NCJ 195774, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (188 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

107. Identification, Development and Implementation of Innovative Crime Mapping Techniques and Spatial Analysis, Final Report
NCJ 198475, March 2000, Grant Report, by Goldsmith, Victor; McGuire, Philip; McLafferty, Sara; Mollenkopf, John (51 pages)
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108. Demonstration of Orthophotographic Representation and Analysis, Final Research Report, Revised November 2001
NCJ 191862, November 2001, Grant Report, by Harries, Keith (57 pages)
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109. Targeting Auto Theft with a Regional Task Force and Mapping Technology
NCJ 185356, April 1998, Grant Report, by Melton, Roni; Mulmat, Darlanne H.; Pennell, Susan; Rienick, Cynthia (190 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

110. Artificial Neural Network System for Classification of Offenders in Murder and Rape Cases
NCJ 190984, October 2000, Grant Report, by Kangas, L. J. (69 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF

 

111. Development of a Spatial Analysis Toolkit for Use in a Metropolitan Crime Incident Geographic Information System
NCJ 179282, August 1999, Grant Report, by Ned Levine Ph.D. (281 pages)
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112. Spatial Analysis of Crime in Appalachia
NCJ 189559, 2001, Grant Report, by Cameron, James G. (214 pages)
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113. Spatial Analysis of Crime in Appalachia: Executive Summary
NCJ 189560, 2001, Grant Report, by Cameron, James G. (21 pages)
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114. Using Geographic Information Systems To Map Crime Victim Services: A Guide for State Victims of Crime Act Administrators and Victim Service Providers
NCJ 191877, February 2003, NIJ Guide, by Debra A. Stoe, Carol R. Watkins, Jeffrey Kerr,
Linda Rost, Theodosia Craig (50 pages)
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115. CrimeStat II: A Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations, Part I
NCJ 195772, May 2002, Grant Report, by Ned Levine and Associates (115 pages)
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116. Privacy in the Information Age: A Guide for Sharing Crime Maps and Spatial Data
NCJ 188739, July 2001, Research Report, by Julie Wartell, J. Thomas McEwen (62 pages)
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117. Crime Mapping and Analysis by Community Organizations in Hartford, Connecticut: Research in Brief
NCJ 185333, March 2001, Research in Brief, by Thomas Rich (11 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF | Text

 

118. Mapping Crime: Principle and Practice
NCJ 178919, December 1999, Research Report, by Keith Harries Ph.D. (204 pages)
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119. The Use of Computerized Crime Mapping by Law Enforcement: Survey Results
NCJ 184387, January 1999, by Cynthia A. Mamalian, Nancy G. LaVigne and the staff of the Crime Mapping Research Center (3 pages)
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120. Crime and Place: Plenary Papers of the 1997 Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation
NCJ 168618, July 1998, Plenary Papers, by Ralph B. Taylor, Gordon Bazemore, Barbara Boland, Todd R. Clear, Ronald P. Corbett, Jr., John Feinblatt, Greg Berman, Michele Sviridoff, Christopher Stone (105 pages)
Summary/Abstract | PDF | Text

 

121. Chicago Police Department’s Information Collection for Automated Mapping (ICAM) Program
NCJ 160764, July 1996, Program Focus, by Thomas F. Rich (16 pages)
Summary/Abstract | Text | PDF

 

122. Use of Computerized Mapping in Crime Control and Prevention Programs
NCJ 155182, July 1995, Research in Action, by Thomas F. Rich (11 pages)
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