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Leitner, Michael

Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies

Leitner, Michael - Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Spatial Heterogeneity in Crime Analysis
Martin A. Andresen, Nicolas Malleson

2. When Does a Drug Market Become a Drug Market? Finding the Boundaries of Illicit Event Concentrations
Lallen Johnson, Jerry H. Ratcliffe

3. Convicted Sex Offender Residential Movements
Alan T. Murray, Tony H. Grubesic, Elizabeth A. Mack, Ran Wei, Sergio J. Rey, Luc Anselin, Marie L. Griffin

4. Street-Level Spatiotemporal Crime Analysis: Examples from Bronx County, NY (2006–2010)
Christopher R. Herrmann

5. Exploring Spatial Patterns of Crime Using Non-hierarchical Cluster Analysis
Alan T. Murray, Tony H. Grubesic

6. 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, Marie Trotta, Kenneth Broxham, Jean-Paul Donnay

7. Journey-to-Crime by Gender and Age Group in Manchester, England
Ned Levine, Patsy Lee

8. Crime Scene Locations in Criminal Homicides: A Spatial Crime Analysis in a GIS Environment
Hyun Kim, Yongwan Chun, Casey Anderson Gould

9. A Methodology for Assessing Dynamic Fine Scale Built Environments and Crime: A Case Study of the Lower 9th Ward After Hurricane Katrina
Andrew Curtis, Jacqueline W. Curtis, S. Wright Kennedy, Amit Kulkarni, Traci Auer

10. Spatial Contagion of Male Juvenile Drug Offending Across Socioeconomically Homogeneous Neighborhoods
Jeremy Mennis, Philip Harris

11. Geospatial Modeling and Simulation of Property Crime in Urban Neighborhoods: An Example Model with Foreclosure
Jay Lee, Ronald E. Wilson

12. Measuring a Place’s Exposure to Facilities Using Geoprocessing Models: An Illustration Using Drinking Places and Crime
Elizabeth Groff

13. A Spatial Analysis of Methamphetamine Lab Seizures in the Midwest High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Before and After Federal Precursor Legislation
Aaron H. Gilbreath

14. Comparing Fear of Crime and Crime Statistics on a University Campus
Sven Fuhrmann, Niem Tu Huynh, Ruojing Scholz

15. Testing the Usability of Time-Geographic Maps for Crime Mapping
John D. Morgan, Philip E. Steinberg

16. Understanding Spatiotemporal Patterns of Multiple Crime Types with a Geovisual Analytics Approach
Diansheng Guo, Jiang Wu

17. The Use of Geospatial Information Technology to Advance Safer College Campuses and Communities
Gregory Elmes, George Roedl

18. Construction of a Web-Based Crime Geointelligence Platform for Mexico City’s Public Safety
Elvia Martínez-Viveros, José I. Chapela, Amílcar Morales-Gamas, Camilo Caudillo-Cos, Rodrigo Tapia-McClung, Mario Ledesma, Fidel Serrano

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography, Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law, Criminology & Criminal Justice

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
2013
Series
Geotechnologies and the Environment
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400749979

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