Chapter 5: Synthesis and Applications
Chapter 5 has explained:
- The characteristics of crime mapping for the new millennium.
- How crime mapping can be applied to:
- Criminal intelligence.
- Crime prevention.
- Courts and corrections.
- Public information.
- Resource allocation and planning.
- Where to obtain a better understanding of census geography and analysis.
- How crime mapping applications
could be broadened to improve their effectiveness.
What's Next in Chapter 6?|
- Types of changes that may be expected in the next decade.
- Geographic profiling.
- High-resolution GIS.
- The use of complex statistical methods in spatial forecasting.
- Aerial photography.
- How various kinds of data visualization can be integrated productively.
- GIS and global positioning systems (GPS).
- The possibility of limits to data access.
- Applications of multimedia and integration technologies.