March 30th, 2006 by JTJ

Generally recognized as a strong, analytic program, and the costs of the course is quite fair, we think.

Quantitative Crime Pattern Analysis With CrimeStat

June 12-15, 2006
This three-day workshop in spatial analysis, held at Michigan State
University's School of Criminal Justice, will use the full-featured
Windows-based spatial statistics program CrimeStat III,
commonly used by law enforcement agencies and criminal justice
researchers. CrimeStat produces output for use with geographic
information systems (GIS) and can be linked with the crime mapping
efforts of police departments. The course will cover computing spatial
dimensions, distance measures, and several “hot spot” methods including
fuzzy mode, nearest neighbor, risk-adjusted nearest neighbor, and
K-means clustering. This intensive workshop will also offer
opportunities for hands-on computing experiences using NACJD data or
data from related agency or research projects. Participants will learn
how to produce results in CrimeStat and import them to ArcGIS for
further analysis or presentation.

Please visit for details.

Ronald E. Wilson
Program Manager

Mapping & Analysis for Public Safety Program and Data Resources
@ the National Institute of Justice

810 7th Street, NW
Room 7201

Washington, DC 20531

National Map Location: USNG 18SUJ2464707639

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