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126.  Geography & Public Safety Bulletin, Volume 1, Issue 1
NCJ Number   221941
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2008  Pages1-16
Publication Date: February 2008
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127.  Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 1
NCJ Number   222175
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2008  Pages1-15
Publication Date: February 2008
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128.  What is Applied Geography for the Study of Crime and Public Safety?
NCJ Number   222176
Author: Ron Wilson; Kurt Smith
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2008  Pages1-3
Publication Date: February 2008
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129.  Targeting Crime in Hot Spots and Hot Places
NCJ Number   222177
Author: Katie Filbert
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2008  Pages4-7
Publication Date: February 2008
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130.  Using ModelBuilder for Geographic Information System Tasks
NCJ Number   222178
Author: Philip Mielke
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2008  Pages8-10
Publication Date: February 2008
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131.  Compstat and Organizational Change: A National Assessment
NCJ Number   222322
Author: David Weisburd Ph.D.; Rosann Greenspan Ph.D.; Stephen Mastrofski Ph.D.; James J. Willis Ph.D.
Publication Date: May 2003
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132.  Get SMART—Mapping Resources for Crime and Delinquency Prevention
NCJ Number   222504
Publication Date: May 2010
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133.  Sex Offender Residency Restrictions: How Mapping Can Inform Policy
NCJ Number   222759
Publication Date: July 2008
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134.  GIS and Sandy City, UT: More Than Just Maps
NCJ Number   223188
Author: Thomas Manson
Journal Law and Order: The Magazine for Police Management  Volume56  Issue5  DatedMay 2008  Pages60-66
Publication Date: May 2008
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135.  Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 2
NCJ Number   223348
Journal Geography and Public Safety  Volume1  Issue2  DatedJuly 2008  Pages1-20
Publication Date: July 2008
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136.  On Traffic Safety and Law Enforcement
NCJ Number   223408
Author: Ned Levine, Ph.D.
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue2  DatedJuly 2008  Pages1-2
Publication Date: July 2008
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137.  Creating a Safer Houston Through Crash Mapping
NCJ Number   223409
Author: Jeff Kaufman
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue2  DatedJuly 2008  Pages2-5
Publication Date: July 2008
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138.  Mapping Programs Target Alcohol-Impaired Driving
NCJ Number   223410
Author: Tom Beretich
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue2  DatedJuly 2008  Pages5-8
Publication Date: July 2008
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139.  Unintended Consequences of Sex Offender Residency Laws: Can GIS Mapping Help?
NCJ Number   223565
Author: Janet Mandelstam; Carrie Mulford
Publication Date: 2008
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140.  Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 3
NCJ Number   224030
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue3  DatedOctober 2008  Pages1-19
Publication Date: October 2008
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141.  Using Maps of Home Foreclosures to Understand National and Local Problems
NCJ Number   224033
Author: Erin Dalton; Robert Gradeck; Anthony Mercaldo
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue3  DatedOctober 2008  Pages5-8
Publication Date: October 2008
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142.  Using Geographic Information Systems To Support Broken Windows Policing
NCJ Number   224036
Author: Philip Mielke
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue3  DatedOctober 2008  Pages12-14
Publication Date: October 2008
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143.  How the 'Safest' City Does It: The High-Tech Biz and Crime-Mapping Strategy in San Jose Aids Authorities in Maintaining Its 'Safest Big City' Moniker
NCJ Number   224063
Author: Linda Spagnoli
Journal Law Enforcement Technology  Volume35  Issue8  DatedAugust 2008  Pages22,24-30,31
Publication Date: August 2008
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144.  Calculate Repeat Crime
NCJ Number   224533
Publication Date: 2008
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145.  Use of Geographic Information Systems by Crime Analysts in England and Wales
NCJ Number   224651
Author: Ruth Weir; Mark Bangs
Publication Date: 2007
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146.  Tech Docs: Technology Resources for Law Enforcement CD-ROM
NCJ Number   224934
Publication Date: September 2011
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147.  Geography and Public Safety: A Quarterly Bulletin of Applied Geography for the Study of Crime & Public Safety, Volume 1, Issue 4
NCJ Number   225752
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue4  DatedJanuary 2009  Pages1-20
Publication Date: January 2009
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148.  Districting and Resource Allocation: A Question of Balance
NCJ Number   225753
Author: Christopher Bruce
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue4  DatedJanuary 2009  Pages1-3
Publication Date: January 2009
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149.  Tucson Police Officers Redraw Division Boundaries To Balance Their Workload
NCJ Number   225754
Author: Autumn Kistler
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue4  DatedJanuary 2009  Pages3-5
Publication Date: January 2009
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150.  Geospatial Technology Helps East Orange Crack Down on Crime
NCJ Number   225756
Author: Allison Mayer
Journal Geography & Public Safety  Volume1  Issue4  DatedJanuary 2009  Pages8-10
Publication Date: January 2009
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