Dr. James Hunter discusses crime mapping and measuring in the context of retail crimes. Crime mapping and measuring can be done by looking at data sources like official crime statistics to get new estimates of crime. Hunter looked at a variety of factors in his research, such as store location, access to security, and characteristics of past offenders.
Crime Measuring & Mapping: Shop Theft
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