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Crime Mapping Conference #9: Presentations from the 2007 conference held in Pittsburgh, PA.
A number of our fine graduate students from Temple University presented papers at this conference, and we also unveiled a spreadsheet to calculate the weighted displacement quotient and a software tool that calculates inverse distance weighted buffer calculations. These software tools area available from this web site as a free download. Details through this page.
ECCA 12: The effectiveness of police intelligence management: A New Zealand case study
Paper from the 12th International Symposium on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis, 3rd July 2004, held in Wellington, New Zealand. This is the final draft of the paper that will be published in a forthcoming issue of Police Practice and Research.
IALEIA, Sacramento 2004: Intelligence-led policing
Slides from the presentation given at the Annual conference of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, Sacramento, California, April 2004.
NIJ (MAPS), Boston 2004: Location quotients and force-field analysis
Paper of the techniques explained in the presentation to the 7th International Crime Mapping Research conference run by the Mapping and Analysis for Public Safety program (formerly the CMRC) of the National Institute of Justice. Boston, MA, March 2004.
ISPAC (UN), Courmayeur, Italy, 2003: Intelligence applications of crime mapping
Invited general session address to the International conference on Crime and Technology: New frontiers for legislation, law enforcement and research. Organized by the International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations, Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy, November 2003.
ECCA 11: The Hotspot Matrix as a Framework for the Spatio-Temporal Targeting of Crime Reduction
Paper from the 11th International Symposium on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis, 20th June 2003, held in Cincinnati, OH.
No - this has absolutely nothing to do with the Keanu Reeves film of similar name.