Session 281: DM3 -> Crime Mapping: Research Applications
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Danube
Session Chair: Christopher M. Sedelmaier, Rutgers University
Recently, the use of mapping in criminal justice resarch has grown in popularity. This growing technology has enhanced our ability to analyze crime beyond the use of old-fashioned "pin maps." These papers seek to address a variety of research problems through the application of current computer mapping techniques.
Facilities as Crime Generators
by: M. John Hodgson, University of Alberta (Corresponding)
Leslie W. Kennedy, Rutgers University
Erika Poulsen, Rutgers University
Locational Dependence and School Violence: A GIS Mapping Analysis
by: Nicholas Zanin, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Rob Guerette, Rutgers University
Micah Phelan, Rutgers University
New Transit Systems and Crime Generator Development
by: Christopher M. Sedelmaier, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Examining the Micro Environment With GIS Technology: Testing Target Selection Preferences of Commercial Burglars
by: Gisela Bichler-Robertson, California State University (Corresponding)
Melissa Johnson, New Jersey State Police

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