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Crime Analysis with Crime Mapping

Fifth Edition

Other Titles in:
Measuring & Mapping Crime

February 2022 | 448 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Crime Analysis With Crime Mapping, introduces crime analysis, both the practice and profession, and supports the understanding of it all through discussing concepts, theories, practices, data, analysis techniques, and the relationship with policing. With this 5th edition, author Rachel Boba Santos centers on crime analysis practice in proactive crime reduction by police and instruction on the logic behind tested crime analysis techniques and products.  

As the only introductory core text for crime analysis, this must-have resource presents readers with opportunities to apply theory, research methods, and statistics to careers that support and enhance the effectiveness of modern policing.
 
PART I: Foundations of Crime Analysis
 
Chapter 1: Crime Analysis and the Profession
 
Chapter 2: Theoretical Foundations of Crime Analysis
 
Chapter 3: Evidence-Based Policing and Problem Solving
 
PART II: Crime Analysis Process, Data, and Products
 
Chapter 4: Crime Analysis Process and Types
 
Chapter 5: Crime Analysis Data and Technology
 
Chapter 6: Geographic Data and Crime Mapping
 
Chapter 7: Crime Analysis Products and Communication
 
PART III: Tactical Crime Analysis
 
Chapter 8: Calls for Service Data and Repeat Incident Analysis
 
Chapter 9: Crime Data and Pattern Identification
 
Chapter 10: Persons and Property Crime Patterns
 
Chapter 11: Crime Pattern Bulletins, Response, and Evaluation
 
PART IV: Strategic Crime Analysis
 
Chapter 12: Statistics and Trends
 
Chapter 13: Long-Term Problem Analysis, Part I
 
Chapter 14: Long-Term Problem Analysis, Part II
 
Chapter 15: Evaluation of Response and Crime Reduction Goals

Rachel Boba Santos

Rachel Boba Santos is a professor at Radford University in the Department of Criminal Justice. She works with police departments and crime analysts. She conducts experimental and applied research on place-based and offender-based police crime reduction strategies, stratified policing, crime analysis, community engagement, and police use of force.Dr. Santos' interests include conducting practice-based research which is implementing and evaluating evidence-based practices in the “real world” of criminal justice. In particular, she seeks to improve crime prevention and crime reduction efforts by police in areas such as crime analysis, problem... More About Author

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