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1. All Refer Crime Encyclopedia
Short articles on various crime-related topics.
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2. Mapping and Analysis for Public Safety
Over the last decade the criminal justice community has begun to reap the valuable analytic benefits of geographic information systems (GIS) technology. The powerful technology enhances the ability of researchers and practitioners to identify hot spots, analyze spatial patterns of crime and criminal behavior, and to share disparate data sets across jurisdictional boundaries.
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3. Uk & European Business Search Engine
Uk & European Business Search Engine
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4. Doktor Jons guide to Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
A unique information resource, detailing the use and application of Closed Circuit Television, for both crime prevention and detection roles.
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