Social Science Computer Review
Volume 25, No. 2
Symposium on Crime Mapping
Table of Contents
Geographical Exclusion: Spatial Analysis for Evaluating the Implications of Meagan’s Law / Tony H. Grubesic, Alan T. Murray and Elizabeth Mack
Use of “Microecological Technique” to Study Crime Around Substance Abuse Treatment Centers / Susan J. Boyd, Kevin M. Armstrong, Li Juan Fang, Deborah R. Medoff, Lisa B. Dixon and David A. Gorelick
Using Geographically Weighted Regression to Explore Local Crime Patterns / Meagan Cahill and Gordon Mulligan
Mapping Crime in
Integrating Distance into Mobility Triangle Typologies / Elizabeth R. Groff and Thomas McEwen
Crime Travel Demand and Bank Robberies: Using CrimeStat III to Model Bank Robbery Trips / Ned Levine.
Spatial Data Analysis of Crime: A Review of CrimeStat III / Cedrick Heraux.
Crime Analysis and Mapping with GeoDa / Michael Leitner.
Scanning for Clusters in Space and Time: A Tutorial Review of SaTScan / Dick Block.
GIS and Crime Mapping, by Spencer Chainey and Jerry Ratcliffe / reviewed by John Markovic
Geographic Information Systems and Crime Analysis, by Fahui Wang, ed. / reviewed by Keith Harries