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犯罪分析と犯罪マッピング(第4版)

Crime Analysis with Crime Mapping

Fourth Edition

Santos, Rachel Boba

SAGE Publications, Inc 2016/11
488p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781506331034
eISBN: 9781506331058
KNPID: EY00112256
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Crime Analysis With Crime Mapping, Fourth Edition provides students and practitioners with a solid foundation for understanding the conceptual nature and practice of crime analysis to assist police in preventing and reducing crime and disorder. Author Rachel Boba Santos offers an in-depth description of this emerging field, as well as guidelines and techniques for conducting crime analysis supported by evidence-based research, real world application, and recent innovations in the field. As the only introductory core text for crime analysis, this must-have resource presents readers with opportunities to apply theory, research methods, and statistics to careers that support and enhance the effectiveness of modern policing.

Table of Contents

Preface
About the Author
PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF CRIME ANALYSIS
Chapter 1: Crime Analysis and the Profession
Definition of Crime Analysis
Definitions of GIS and Crime Mapping
History of Crime Analysis
History of Crime Mapping
Research on Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping: 2000 to Present
Crime Analysis as a Career Track
Developing and Improving a Crime Analysis Unit
Crime Analysis Profiles
Challenges and the Future of Crime Analysis
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 2: Theoretical Foundations of Crime Analysis
Environmental Criminology
Law of Crime Concentration
Repeat Victimization, Near Repeats, and the 80/20 Rule
Situational Crime Prevention
Displacement and Diffusion of Benefits
Opportunity
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 3: Evidence-Based Policing and the Role of Crime Analysis
Research on Crime Analysis and Crime Reduction
Stratified Policing: Framework for Crime Analysis
Conclusion
Summary Points
Exercises
PART II: CRIME ANALYSIS PROCESS, DATA, AND PURPOSE
Chapter 4: Crime Analysis Process and Application
The Crime Analysis Process
Types of Crime Analysis
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 5: Crime Analysis Data and Technology
Key Terms
Databases Used in Crime Analysis
Primary Data Collection
Data Considerations
Hardware and Software Considerations
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 6: Geographic Data and Crime Mapping
Geographic Data
Crime Mapping Techniques
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 7: Crime Analysis Purpose and Audience
Crime Analysis Purpose
Crime Analysis Audiences
Crime Analysis Typology
Situational Awareness Examples
Crime Reduction Examples
Summary Points
Exercises
PART III: TACTICAL CRIME ANALYSIS
Chapter 8: Repeat Incidents and Tactical Data Collection
Repeat Incidents
Collection and Collation of Tactical Crime Analysis Data
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 9: Pattern Identification Process
Pattern Identification Methodology
Identifying Investigative Leads
Clearing Cases
Conclusion
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 10: Identifying Meaningful and Useful Patterns
Persons Crime and Property Crime
Potential Responses to Patterns by Police
Identifying Meaningful Patterns
Conclusion
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 11: Describing and Disseminating Known Patterns
Describing Known Patterns
Pattern Bulletins
Summary Points
Exercises
PART IV: STRATEGIC CRIME ANALYSIS
Chapter 12: Analyzing Problems, Process and Statistics
Methodology: SARA Process
Basic Statistics Used in Crime Analysis
Conclusion
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 13: Analyzing Problems, Application of Techniques, Part I
What Is the Nature of the Problem?
How Frequently Is the Problem Occurring?
Has the Problem Increased or Decreased?
When Is the Problem Happening?
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 14: Analyzing Problems, Application of Techniques, Part II
Where Is the Problem Occurring?
Who Are the Victims and Does Repeat Victimization Exist?
Who Are the Offenders and Does Repeat Offending Exist?
Why Is the Problem Occurring?
Summary Points
Exercises
Chapter 15: Strategic Crime Analysis Results and Dissemination
Choosing Analysis Information to Disseminate
Strategic Crime Analysis Products
Practical Examples
Summary Points
Exercises
PART V: ADMINISTRATIVE CRIME ANALYSIS
Chapter 16: Administrative Crime Analysis: Crime Analysis for Accountability
Crime Reduction Accountability
Crime Reduction Goal Development
Crime Analysis for Weekly Action-Oriented Accountability Meetings
Crime Analysis for Monthly Evaluation-Oriented Accountability Meetings
Crime Analysis for Assessment of Agency Goals
Summary Points
Exercises
Glossary
References
Index