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Geographic Information Systems in Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigation and Counterterrorism, Second Edition,9780849339271
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Geographic Information Systems in Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigation and Counterterrorism, Second Edition



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Geographic Information Systems in Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigation, and Counterterrorism: Second Edition features 100 new pages of text that broaden the scope of GIS uses into forensics and homeland security. This edition discusses crime scene related issues tying GIS to forensics. It presents material on geographic profiling and serial killers, analyzing spatial patterns for stationary and traveling killers. With 8 pages of color maps, it includes new high profile cases that show how successful GIS techniques can be used to solve crimes. It also contains a CD with 700 references that are searchable by word as well as other tools to find information data resources.

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