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Interesting Read on Genetic Databases

http://www.businessinsider.com/new-york-city-collecting-genetic-data-crime-analysis-unregulated-2017-9 by

Paris Attacks

The recent attacks in Paris are a good reminder that we now live in a world where mass murder for nearly any number of reasons is possible in nearly any number of places.  Crime Analysts can play an active role

MetroWest police hope to regionalize crime analysis

I found this new article on MetroWest area of Massachusetts possibly regionalizing Crime Analysis. I found it very interesting and wanted to share it to see what others thought. In the hopes of preventing crime across MetroWest, police departments are

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NEU Mapping Paper Gets A+ From Leominster PD Analyst

From Carol Fitzgerald (MACA – Secretary) Tom Mueller, Adjunct GIS professor at Northeastern University asked the MACA membership in July 2012 for crime data that his Geospatial Analysis of Crime class could utilize to learn not only how to map,

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The Analysts Role in Officer Safety

  We had an interesting talk about officer safety at this months MACA meeting in Leominster. The topic of discussion revolved around a recent FBI report that showed that while most serious crimes are down across the country, the number of police officers

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