Mapping Crime in Its Community Setting: Event Geography by Michael D. Maltz

By Michael D. Maltz

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Specific pattem-searching algorithms genera ted by a systems analyst may be too general to be of much use, and even algorithms based on the procedures of a good detective are probably unique to that detective and not generalizable to other detectives. However, there have been many, changes in the way data base management systems are conceived, that make them more user-friendly and able to accommodate individual idiosyncracies. The reason for the lack of complete reliance on CRIMES and RAMIS has much to do with the characteristics of data base management systems that are available on mainframe computer systems.

A particular crime was related to his entire neighborhood by the school crossing guard, who had contact with virtually the entire community. The result was that the community thought there was a mini-crime wave. Thus, for the most part, community residents have limited access to crime information, and what information they do receive may be distorted in terms of its actual dangerousness to them, either by its being magnified out of proportion or buried by embarrassed victims. A major purpose of the crime mapping project was to provide a mechanism for greater and more effective utilization of actual information by both the police and community organizations.

They are of the opinion that a single classification system, computerized or not, is not likely to be of use to them. One of the consequences of this is that continuity is lost when a member of the CAU retires or is given a new assignment. , physieal appearance, dress, behaviors repeated in committing crimes), and (b) those that identify a type of crime and a geographieal pattern when little information is known about the offenders. The former are reported internally in crime analysis patterns and the latter in information bulletins (see Appendix C).

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