Chapter 5: Synthesis and Applications

  1. Personal communication from Michael Ratcliffe, U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, January 25, 1999.

  2. While most law enforcement-academic collaborations are amicable and productive, this is not always the case owing to the vagaries of human nature that occasionally leave either or both parties feeling used and abused. As in other relationships, the key to success seems to be the unsurprising revelation that all parties should be sensitive to the others and avoid exploitive actions.
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Mapping Crime: Principle and Practice, by Keith Harries, Ph.D., December 1999