Session 437: QT16 -> An Exploration of the Use of GIS to Analyze Arrestee Data
Time: 10:40AM to 12:10 PM on Saturday, November 22
Place: Plaza 5
Session Chair: Christine R. Crossland, National Institute of Justice
The Use of GIS to Identify Drug and Non-Drug Related Crime Locations by Drug Users: Using ADAM Data From Charlotte, North Carolina
by: Paul C. Friday, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Vivian B. Lord, University North Carolina at Charlotte
Pauline Brennan, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte
Mapping ADAM With Zip Codes vs. Census Block Groups
by: Kelly Damphousse, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Jay T. Gilliam, University of Oklahoma
Lorraine Halinka Malcoe, University of New Mexico
Structural Predictors of Drug Use: A Test of Social Disorganization Theory on the Drug Use Patterns of an At-Risk Population
by: Jay T. Gilliam, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Kelly Damphousse, University of Oklahoma
Discussants:
Debra Stoe, National Institute of Justice

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