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- Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, c2013.
- Geotechnologies and the environment ; v. 8.
Geotechnologies and the environment ; v. 8
xiii, 446 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 24 cm.
- Crime -- Geographic information systems.
- Spatial heterogeneity in crime analysis / Martin A. Andresen, Nicolas Malleson
When does a drug market become a drug market? Finding the boundaries of illicit event concentrations / Lallen Johnson, Jerry H. Ratcliffe
Convicted sex offender residential movements / Alan T. Murray ... [et al.]
Street-level spatiotemporal crime analysis: examples from Bronx County, NY (2006-2010) / Christopher R. Herrmann
Exploring spatial patterns of crime using non-hierarchical cluster analysis / Alan T. Murray, Tony H. Grubesic
Reconstitution of the journeys to crime and location of their origin in the context of a crime series. A raster solution for a real case study / Jean-Paul Kasprzyk ... [et al.]
Journey-to-crime by gender and age group in Manchester, England / Ned Levine, Patsy Lee
Crime scene locations in criminal homicides: a spatial crime analysis in a GIS environment / Hyun Kim, Yongwan Chun, Casey Anderson Gould
A methodology for assessing dynamic fine scale built environments and crime: a case study of the Lower 9th Ward after Hurricane Katrina / Andrew Curtis ... [et al.]
Spatial contagion of male juvenile drug offending across socioeconomically homogeneous neighborhoods / Jeremy Mennis, Philip Harris
Geospatial modeling and simulation of property crime in urban neighborhoods: an example model with foreclosure / Jay Lee, Ronald E. Wilson
Measuring a place's exposure to facilities using geoprocessing models: an illustration using drinking places and crime / Elizabeth Groff
A spatial analysis of methamphetamine lab seizures in the midwest high-intensity drug trafficking area before and after federal precursor legislation / Aaron H. Gilbreath
Comparing fear of crime and crime statistics on a university campus / Sven Fuhrmann, Niem Tu Huynh, Ruojing Scholz
Testing the usability of time-geographic maps for crime mapping / John D. Morgan, Philip E. Steinberg
Understanding spatiotemporal patterns of multiple crime types with a geovisual analytics approach / Diansheng Guo, Jiang Wu
The use of geospatial information technology to advance safer college campuses and communities / Gregory Elmes, George Roedl
Construction of a web-based crime geointelligence platform for Mexico City's public safety / Elvia Martínez-Viveros ... [et al.].
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Lipman Criminology Library Fund.
- Leitner, Michael, 1965-
Lipman Criminology Library Fund.
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