The National Inst. of Justice was one of the early adopters of GIS perspectives and technologies. For the past decade, it has funded impressive research in the field, the results of which typically can transfer to other disciplines and questions related to space, time and events. Note, too, that both the pre-workshops and the conference are FREE.
National Institute of Justice Registration is now open for the rescheduled 11th Crime Mapping Research Conference!
The 11th Crime Mapping Research Conference
When: October 19–21, 2011 Pre-conference Workshops: October 17–18
Where: Hilton Miami Downtown Miami, FL
About: The Crime Mapping Research Conference is about understanding crime, criminal justice, and public safety and their effect on, and by, places. At the 11th conference, you can explore: the latest research findings practical applications technology demonstrations policy results
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