Mapping Crime in Its Community Setting: Event Geography by Michael D. Maltz PDF

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The Mapping Project and Information before the CPD computerized its incident reports and has not been alleviated by computerization. The 24-hour activity report has been in use in the CPD for almost 20 years. However, it is not a totally complete record of activity in the distriet because of the following three factors: No information is given about certain police-generated activity such as arrests for prostitution or narcotics offenses. Some calls to 911 are routed to call-back officers, who take the information over the phone and fill out a case report.

Some calls to 911 are routed to call-back officers, who take the information over the phone and fill out a case report. This differential response policy was adopted by the CPD to limit dispatching patrol officers to only those calls that require an officer present. The call-back officer's case report will also be sent to the district after a short delay and will appear on a later 23-hour activity report. Victims sometimes go to a district other than the district of occurrence to report a crime.

The CPD, concerned about unauthorized disclosure of confidential information, was reluctant to provide wh at they considered sensitive information to those organizations that were often at cross-purposes with them. 4 The UCPP was the forerunner of CANS. 1. The Context of the Mapping Project 17 After much negotiation and discussion between the police and community groups, access to information was finally established. Key administrators in the CPD, aware of research that called for changes in policing strategies, became more open to working with community groups.

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