Session 433: RS266 -> Policing, Crime Mapping and Innovation
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Montrose 1
Session Chair: Sharon E. Chamard, Rutgers University
Spatial Diffusion of the Crime Mapping Innovation in the United States
by: Sharon E. Chamard, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Determinants of Crime Analysis, Crime Mapping, Grant Writing and Other Innovations in Police Departments
by: Brion Sever, Monmouth University (Corresponding)
Venessa Garcia, Monmouth University
Social Capital in Context: Utilizing GIS in the Consideration of Community Resources
by: Patrick McConnell, Temple University (Corresponding)
Deanna L. Wilkinson, Temple University
Ellen Kurtz, Temple University
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as an Administrative Tool for Police Agencies
by: Cedrick G. Heraux, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Christopher D. Maxwell, Michigan State University

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