Session 84: CO5 -> GIS-Based Approaches to Understanding Trends in the Spatial Distribution of Crime
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Stockholm
Session Chair: Richard L. Block, Loyola University of Chicago
Spatial Temporal Patterns of Street Robbery in Chicago 1991-1999
by: Richard L. Block, Loyola University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Examining Trends in the Spatial Distribution of Crime: An Analysis of Japanese Data With Kernel Density Estimation
by: Yutaka Harada, National Research Inst. of Police Science (Corresponding)
Mamoru Suzuki, Natl Res. Inst. of Police Science, Japan
Takahito Shimada, National Research Inst. of Police Science
Using High-Definition Geographic Information Systems for Situational Crime Control
by: George Rengert, Temple University (Corresponding)

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