Session 508: MM18 -> Modeling Metropolitan Crime Travel Patterns
Time: 8:30AM to 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Belmont Three
Session Chair: Ned Levine, Ned Levine & Associates
Crime Travel Demand Modeling: An Overview
by: Ned Levine, Ned Levine & Associates (Corresponding)
Modeling the Travel Patterns of Chicago Robbery Victims and Offenders
by: Richard L. Block, Loyola University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Travel Patterns of Sexual Assault and Robbery in Las Vegas
by: Dan Helms, University of Denver (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Elizabeth R. Groff, Institute for Law and Justice

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