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Crime Mapping: A Journal of Research and Practice


Co-Editors Timothy C. Hart, Ph.D. & Paul Zandbergen, Ph.D

ISSN: 1942-0927 (Print) • ISSN: 2152-9876 (Online)

Keywords: Environmental Criminology, Crime Analysis, Space, Time, and Crime

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  • 2013

    • Volume 5, Issue 1

      • Evaluating the Temporal Parameters of Risk Terrain Modeling with Residential Burglary
        MEGAN YERXA
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 7–38

      • The Spatial Dynamics of Legal Handgun Concealment
        S.E. COSTANZA, JOHN C. KILBURN, JR., and BRANDON MILES
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 39–62

      • Assessing the Validity of Risk Terrain Modeling in a European City: Preventing Robberies in Milan
        MARCO DUGATO
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 63–89

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  • 2012

    • Volume 4, Issue 2

      • Kansas City’s Violent Crime Initiative: A Place- Based Evaluation of Location-Specific Intervention Activities During a Fixed Time Period
        JOEL M. CAPLAN, LESLIE W. KENNEDY, and JONAS BAUGHMAN
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 9–37

      • Mapping Gang Spheres of Influence
        SAMUEL H. HUDDLESTON, JON FOX, and DONALD E. BROWN
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 39–67

      • Spatial Analysis of Crime in the Evaluation of Public Housing Redevelopment
        MICHAEL T. BACON and JAMES FRASER
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 69–85

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    • Volume 4, Issue 1

      • An Evaluation of Ambient Population Estimates for Use in Crime Analysis
        MARTIN A. ANDRESEN, GREG W. JENION, and ANDREW A. REID
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 7–30

      • Hierarchical Feature-Space Modeling of Temporal Patterns in Criminal Site-Selection Problems
        JON FOX and DONALD E. BROWN
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 31–58

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  • 2011

  • 2010

    • Volume 2, Issue 1

      • Editor’s Introduction: Special Issue on Grant-Funded Research From the MAPS Program
        TIMOTHY C. HART and PAUL A. ZANDBERGEN
        FREE DOWNLOAD | Pp. 8–9

      • Flexible Geospatial Visual Analytics and Simulation Technologies to Enhance Criminal Justice Decision Support Systems
        LUC ANSELIN, SERGIO J. REY, and JULIA KOSCHINSKY
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 10–31

      • Effects of Data Quality on Predictive Hotspot Mapping
        TIMOTHY C. HART and PAUL A. ZANDBERGEN
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 32–49

      • Multimodel Inference and Geographic Profiling
        MIKE O’LEARY
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 50–64

      • Geospatial Modeling and Simulating Urban Property Crime
        JAY LEE
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 65–80

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  • 2009

    • Volume 1, Issue 2

      • A Visual Time Geographic Approach to Crime Event Profiling
        JOHN DEREK MORGAN
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 8–39

      • The Spatial Aspects of Victims in the Narratives of Serial Offenders: Linguistic Insights on Environmental Criminology and Geographical Profiling
        BLAKE S. HOWALD
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 40–64

      • The Precision, Accuracy, and Efficiency of Geographic Profiling Predictions: A Simple Heuristic versus Mathematical Algorithms
        CRAIG BENNELL, KARLA EMENO, BRENT SNOOK, PAUL J. TAYLOR, and ALASDAIR M. GOODWILL
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 65–85

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    • Volume 1, Issue 1

      • A Microspatial Analysis of Robbery: Prospective Hot Spotting in a Small City
        ISAAC T. VAN PATTEN, JENNIFER MCKELDIN-CONER, and DEANA COX
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 7–32

      • Utilizing Land Cover Characteristics to Enhance Journey-to-Crime Estimation Models
        JOSHUA KENT and MICHAEL LEITNER
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      • Residency Restrictions: A Geospatial Analysis of Sex Offender Movement over Time
        TASHA J. YOUSTIN and MATT R. NOBLES
        Abstract | Purchase Article | Pp. 55–76

      • <Hot Routes: Developing a New Technique for the Spatial Analysis of Crime
        LISA TOMPSON, HENRY PATRIDGE, and NAOMI SHEPHERD
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