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This site is dedicated to the collection and dissemination of information pertaining to crime mapping and analysis. It represents a portion of the work completed for a project entitled Identify and Evaluate Methods for Measuring and Analyzing Crime Patterns and Trends with GIS. Funding for this project was provided by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), and represented a locally initiated partnership between the New York Police Department (NYPD), The Center for APplied Studies of the Environment (CAPSE), and the Center for Urban Research (Graduate School and University Center). Work on this site is ongoing, as the NIJ and the above partners embark on a new project to apply some of the methods from the previous project to the NYPD.

The Team: From left to right, Dr. Timothy Ross, Doug Williamson, Police Commissioner Howard Safir, Dr. Victor Goldsmith, Dr. Sara McLafferty, Dr. John Mollenkopf


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