Crime Mapping and Spatial Aspects of Crime (2nd Edition)
Spatial Aspects of Crime: Theory and Practice is the first book specifically designed to teach the theoretical and practical aspects of mapping for criminal justice purposes. First, the book provides a solid understanding of the theoretical and empirical realities of the spatial aspects of crime. Second, the book provides readers with the practical tools necessary to conduct effective crime mapping and spatial analyses of crime. This book covers the most current, state-of-the-art uses for GIS in the criminal justice system, theoretical aspects of the geography of crime and practical instruction, and exercises on how to use GIS to conduct crime mapping and spatial analysis of crime.
Specifications of Crime Mapping and Spatial Aspects of Crime (2nd Edition)
|Author||Derek J. Paulsen, Matthew B. Robinson|
|Number Of Pages||360|
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