Spatial Patterns, Analysis, and Visualization of Crime I

Type: Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Cartography Specialty Group, Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/8/2020
Start / End Time: 1:45 PM / 3:00 PM
Room: Tower Court A, Sheraton, IM Pei Tower, Second Floor Level
Organizers: Michael Leitner, Alina Ristea
Chairs: Michael Leitner

Call for Submissions

AAG 2020 - CALL FOR PAPERS

SPECIAL SESSION: Spatial Patterns, Analysis, and Visualization of Crime

LOCATION AND DATES

Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting

April 6-10, 2020, Denver, CO, USA

DESCRIPTION

Spatial crime analysis and mapping started mostly by geographers in the early 1970’s. The concurrent rise of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) coupled with the development of spatial crime analysis software programs led to a powerful suite of spatial analysis and visualization tools that allowed to quickly analyzing large amounts of crime incident data. As a result spatial crime analysis became increasingly popular as a practical tool for law enforcement and as a research and teaching tool in geography, criminal justice, and other related programs.

Sessions organized at the 2020 AAG will further the exchange of ideas and will present new research, methods, and applications in the geography of crime. Appropriate topics include, but are not limited to:

Big Data
Crime and Place
Crime Forecasting
Crime Perception
Criminogenic Factors
Exceptional Events and Crime
Geographic Profiling
Hot Spot Analysis
Human Trafficking
Micro-Spatial Crime Analysis
Modeling and Mapping Large Volume Crime
Near Repeat Pattern Analysis
Predictive Policing
Relationship between Alcohol-Serving Establishments and Disorder
Relationship between Foreclosure and Crime
Risk Terrain Modeling
Sex Offender Residency Restriction Laws
Simulation Modeling
Social Media
Social Network Analysis
Spatial Analysis of Gang Activities
Spatial and Temporal Crime Analysis
Temporal Approximation
Terrorism
Traffic Accidents Analysis
University Campus Crime
3-D Crime Modeling

All participants must first register individually for the conference on the AAG Website (www.aag.org). Upon registration you will be given a Presenter Identification Number (PIN). Send the PIN and a copy of your abstract and key words with your interest in participating in this special session to Michael Leitner (mleitne@lsu.edu) no later than November 15, 2019.

ORGANIZER
Michael Leitner
Department of Geography and Anthropology
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Tel: (225) 578-2963
Email: mleitne@lsu.edu
&
Alina Ristea
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI)
School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: +1 857 701 8649
E-mail: a.ristea@northeastern.edu


Description

Spatial crime analysis and mapping started mostly by geographers in the early 1970’s. The concurrent rise of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) coupled with the development of spatial crime analysis software programs led to a powerful suite of spatial analysis and visualization tools that allowed to quickly analyzing large amounts of crime incident data. As a result spatial crime analysis became increasingly popular as a practical tool for law enforcement and as a research and teaching tool in geography, criminal justice, and other related programs.

Sessions organized at the 2020 AAG will further the exchange of ideas and will present new research, methods, and applications in the geography of crime. Appropriate topics include, but are not limited to:

Big Data
Crime and Place
Crime Forecasting
Crime Perception
Criminogenic Factors
Exceptional Events and Crime
Geographic Profiling
Hot Spot Analysis
Human Trafficking
Micro-Spatial Crime Analysis
Modeling and Mapping Large Volume Crime
Near Repeat Pattern Analysis
Predictive Policing
Relationship between Alcohol-Serving Establishments and Disorder
Relationship between Foreclosure and Crime
Risk Terrain Modeling
Sex Offender Residency Restriction Laws
Simulation Modeling
Social Media
Social Network Analysis
Spatial Analysis of Gang Activities
Spatial and Temporal Crime Analysis
Temporal Approximation
Terrorism
Traffic Accidents Analysis
University Campus Crime
3-D Crime Modeling


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Matthew Quick*, Arizona State University, The spatiotemporal pattern of violent crime at multiple spatial scales: A Bayesian cross-classified modelling approach 15 1:45 PM
Presenter Kristin Santos*, , Tammy Parece, Colorado Mesa University, Changing Contexts of Crime: An Examination of the Effects of Rapid Community Expansion on Neighborhood Crime 15 2:00 PM
Presenter Hannah Ridner*, University of Connecticut, Debarchana Ghosh, University of Connecticut , The Invariance of Crime Concentration and Drug Overlap in Midsized Cities 15 2:15 PM
Presenter Sean Crotty*, Texas Christian University, Mark Daku, Texas Christian University, Invisible no more: An exploratory geospatial typology of illicit massage businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area 15 2:30 PM
Presenter Peter Kinton*, , An Analysis of Transgender Homicides from 2015-2019 15 2:45 PM

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