Abstract / Description of output
This paper argues that we need to think as much about where crime does not happen as where it does. The use of hotspot maps is a widely accepted practice in policing, These maps highlight areas with high concentrations of crime but tell us less about areas with medium or low concentrations of crime. Understanding what makes a ‘low crime place’ may provide lessons for reducing crime. This paper proposes techniques which use a mixed method approach, combining LISA, Group Trajectory Analysis and Focus Groups, to give us a more nuanced and detailed understanding of crime at the neighbourhood level.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of GISRUK, University of Leeds|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)
- crime analysis
- hotspot analysis
- spatio temporal analysis