Rocky Mountain URISA

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Crime Mapping & Analysis Workshop

Rocky Mountain Urban and Regional Information Systems Association has scheduled a Crime Mapping and Analysis Workshop for the GIS community. This workshop will explain how municipal police departments, county sheriff departments, and other state and federal law enforcement agencies use GIS technology as a tool to analyze crime statistics and patterns.  In this workshop we will explore how GIS technology is used in law enforcement to provide strategic, tactical, and administrative crime analysis.

 

Presenter:  Steven R. Hick

When:    Friday, April 18, 2014

Place: Department of Geography and the Environment
University of Denver Boettcher West Building
2050 East Iliff Avenue – GIS Lab RM 126
Denver, CO  80208-0710

Time:    8:30am - 12:30pm

Cost:      $60.00
Note: This location can support 24 attendees plus instructor; if you are prevented from attending at the last minute,
you must contact us so that we can exercise the option of extending attendance to waiting list individuals.

Learning outcomes:

 

  • Demonstrate the ability to take a flat data file of call for service or crime data and geocode.
  • Demonstrate the ability to create pin maps and area maps for crime analysis.
  • Understand the techniques necessary to analyze police data in time and space.

 

 

 

 

Parking:

Please refer to the map below for public parking and paid parking areas – plan on $8.00 per attendee for the workshop.   Boettcher West is building 51 – the parking area directly to the (north) of that building has visitor parking but limited spaces.

 

The parking areas directly south of the building requires a parking pass.  Free parking is sometimes available on RACE STREET which runs north and south of the Boettcher West building.

 

If you have questions on this venue, please contact Jerry Carleo – RM-URISA Workshop Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 

 

 

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