Session 134: DD7 -> Spatial Analysis as a Tool for Guiding Policy and Practice (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Tower C
Session Chair: James L. LeBeau, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
A Zero Inflated Poisson Analysis of Spatial Units Created by a GIS: Illegal Drug Sales Arrests
by: George Rengert, Temple University (Corresponding)
The Hotspot Matrix as a Framework for Targeted Intelligence-Led Crime Reduction
by: Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University (Corresponding)
Tools for Identifying Displaced Criminal Events
by: Patricia L. Brantingham, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Paul J. Brantingham, Simon Fraser University
The Routine Arrest Space of Drug Offenders: Easy Pickings or Serial Stupidity?
by: James L. LeBeau, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale (Corresponding)

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