Crime mapping and analysis by community organizations in Hartford, Connecticut
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Crime mapping and analysis by community organizations in Hartford, Connecticut by Thomas Rich

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Published by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice in Washington, D.C .
Written in English



  • Connecticut,
  • Hartford


  • Crime analysis -- Connecticut -- Hartford -- Data processing.,
  • Crime prevention -- Connecticut -- Hartford -- Data processing.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Thomas Rich.
SeriesResearch in brief
LC ClassificationsHV7936.C88 R53 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3992285M
LC Control Number2001330027

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Sharing crime data with the community is a choice each department makes. If you believe your agency should join this nationwide effort please contact the public information officer at your local law enforcement agency to let them know about Hearing from a member of the community that they serve will have a greater impact than. an interest in providing community-based organizations with a crime mapping and analysis system. This technology—dubbed the Neighborhood Problem Solving (NPS) system—was developed and implemented in and in 14 locations through-out Hartford, including community organi-zation headquarters, public libraries, and Issues and Findings. The Hartford crime map provides a detailed overview of all crimes in Hartford as reported by the local law enforcement agency. Based on the color coded legend above, the crime map outlines the areas with lower crime compared to the areas with higher crime. The Hartford crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a block group level.   Hartford, Connecticut was first settled by the English in and incorporated in It is the capital city of the state of Connecticut and with a population of ,, Hartford ranks as Connecticut’s second-largest city.

  In Hartford, your chance of becoming a victim of a property crime is one in 28, which is a rate of 36 per one thousand population. Importantly, we found that Hartford has one of the highest rates of motor vehicle theft in the nation according to our analysis of FBI crime data. spatial analysis within crime analysis. For the purposes of this book, the definition of crime mapping is as follows: Crime mapping is the process of using a geographic information system to conduct spatial analysis of crime problems and other police-related issues. Bobaqxd 6/9/ PM Page 37File Size: 2MB.   Connecticut has a peculiar relationship with organized crime. Stuck between New York and Boston, it’s not home to any major organizations but there was Connecticut’s Lesser-Known Mob.   Map of Hartford Gangs and Hoods. Hartford Connecticut, a racially mix city with different hoods and gangs in Hartford, County of Connecticut, with cities like Hartford, New Britain, Bloomfield, and Meriden.

  The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in East Hartford is 1 in Based on FBI crime data, East Hartford is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Connecticut, East Hartford has a crime rate that is higher than 89% of . - Sheriff's mapping tool lets you search crime in your neighborhood - Website allows users to interactively track sex crimes, theft, DUI and more in their neighborhood - New tool allows people to know when crimes happen around them. The detail of financial data within checkbook Hartford covers every level of the City's General Fund expenditures, from total spending by fiscal year to individual vendor payments. This map will show all of the Current Class 1 - Class 4 Food Establishments in the City. As you zoom into the map individual locations will appear on the map and. Crime Mapping News The topic of this issue of Crime Mapping News is how mapping can be a useful tool when examining important issues related to prisoner reentry. This issue begins with an article about a prisoner reentry partnership involving several cities and how mapping assists in understanding the dynamics and correlates of prisoner reentry.