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51.  School COP: Software for Analyzing and Mapping School Incidents
NCJ Number   190421
Author: Thomas F. Rich
Journal Crime Mapping News  Volume3  Issue2  DatedSpring 2001  Pages4-6
Publication Date: 2001
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52.  International Crime Mapping: Caveats and Considerations
NCJ Number   190422
Author: Jim Griffin
Journal Crime Mapping News  Volume3  Issue1  DatedWinter 2001  Pages1-3
Publication Date: 2001
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53.  Mapping Crime Scenes and Cellular Telephone Usage in South Africa
NCJ Number   190423
Author: Antony K. Cooper; Peter M. U. Schmitz
Journal Crime Mapping News  Volume3  Issue1  DatedWinter 2001  Pages4-6
Publication Date: 2001
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54.  Manual of Crime Analysis Map Production
NCJ Number   190424
Author: Mary Velasco; Rachel Boba Ph.D.
Publication Date: November 2000
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55.  Users' Guide to Mapping Software for Police Agencies, Second Edition
NCJ Number   190425
Publication Date: November 2000
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56.  FOCUS in Gaston County, NC
NCJ Number   190838
Author: William Farley
Journal Law and Order  Volume49  Issue7  DatedJuly 2001  Pages143-146
Publication Date: July 2001
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57.  Neighborhood Crime Watch: A Cyberspace Approach
NCJ Number   191781
Author: Thomas E. Baker
Journal Law and Order  Volume49  Issue4  DatedApril 2001  Pages72-75
Publication Date: April 2001
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58.  Demonstration of Orthophotographic Representation and Analysis, Final Research Report, Revised November 2001
NCJ Number   191862
Author: Keith Harries
Publication Date: November 2001
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59.  Using Geographic Information Systems To Map Crime Victim Services: A Guide for State Victims of Crime Act Administrators and Victim Service Providers
NCJ Number   191877
Author: Debra A. Stoe; Carol R. Watkins; Jeffrey Kerr; Linda Rost; Theodosia Craig
Publication Date: February 2003
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60.  Aoristic Signatures and the Spatio-Temporal Analysis of High Volume Crime Patterns
NCJ Number   193267
Author: Jerry H. Ratcliffe
Journal Journal of Quantitative Criminology  Volume18  Issue1  DatedMarch 2002  Pages23-43
Publication Date: March 2002
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61.  Auto Theft and Detecting Chop Shop Locations (From Atlas of Crime: Mapping the Criminal Landscape, P 60-67, 2000, Linda S. Turnbull, Elaine Hallisey Hendrix, eds, et al., -- See NCJ-193465
NCJ Number   193472
Author: Nancy G. La Vigne; Jill K. Fleury; Joseph Szakas
Publication Date: 2000
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62.  Mapping the Set Space of Urban Street Gangs (From Atlas of Crime: Mapping the Criminal Landscape, P 125-131, 2000, Linda S. Turnbull, Elaine Hallisey Hendrix, eds, et al., -- See NCJ-193465
NCJ Number   193479
Author: George E. Tita
Publication Date: 2000
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63.  Spatial Analysis of American Police Killed in the Line of Duty (From Atlas of Crime: Mapping the Criminal Landscape, P 212-220, 2000, Linda S. Turnbull, Elaine Hallisey Hendrix, eds, et al., -- See NCJ-193465
NCJ Number   193489
Author: Robert J. Kaminski; Eric S. Jefferis; Chanchalat Chanhatasilpa
Publication Date: 2000
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64.  Police Department Use of Geographic Information Systems for Crime Analysis (From Atlas of Crime: Mapping the Criminal Landscape, P 236-247, 2000, Linda S. Turnbull, Elaine Hallisey Hendrix, eds, et al., -- See NCJ-193465
NCJ Number   193492
Author: Elaine Hallisey Hendrix
Publication Date: 2000
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65.  Strategy for Enhancing the Design and Analytical Potential of Mapping in Criminal Justice Operations & Research, Final Report
NCJ Number   193803
Author: James L. LeBeau Ph.D.
Publication Date: 2000
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66.  Crime Analysis Geographic Information System Services: Advanced Tools Report
NCJ Number   194340
Author: Ezra B. Zubrow Ph.D.; Philip C. Mitchell M.S.; Monika Bolino M.A.
Publication Date: August 1999
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67.  Crime Mapping and the Policing of Democratic Societies
NCJ Number   195297
Author: John Markovic; Christopher Stone
Publication Date: 2002
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68.  CrimeStat II: A Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations, Part I
NCJ Number   195772
Publication Date: 2002
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69.  CrimeStat II: Spatial Description, Part II
NCJ Number   195773
Publication Date: May 2002
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70.  CrimeStat II: Spatial Modeling, Part III
NCJ Number   195774
Publication Date: May 2002
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71.  Geographic Profiling: A New Tool for Crime Analysts
NCJ Number   196181
Author: Ian Laverty; Philip MacLaren
Journal Crime Mapping News  Volume4  Issue3  DatedSummer 2002  Pages5-8
Publication Date: 2002
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72.  Evaluating the Feasibility and Utility of Forms-Scanning Software for Streamlining Crime Mapping Data Collection & Analysis: Final Report
NCJ Number   197136
Author: Bryan Vila Ph.D.
Publication Date: July 2001
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73.  Uncovering the True Picture: Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives Using Disaggregate Crime Data
NCJ Number   197234
Author: Shane D. Johnson; Kate J. Bowers; Chris Young; Alex F. G. Hirschfield
Journal Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal  Volume3  Issue4  Dated2001  Pages7-24
Publication Date: 2001
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74.  Spatial Analysis as a Policy Making Tool: Wilmington Crime Index
NCJ Number   197303
Author: Jack O'Connell
Publication Date: October 2002
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75.  ESRI'S GIS Solution for Law Enforcement (CD-ROM)
NCJ Number   198322
Publication Date: 2002
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