Fueled by coffee and ice pops, the Law Enforcement team has been busy this year. We have been awarded a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Phase IIb grant to continue the development of new functionality, attended conferences and conventions and started working with a great partner, Jerry Ratcliffe from Temple’s Department of Criminal Justice .
Earlier this year, Robert Cheetham gave a presentation on HunchLab, our web-based geographic crime visualization, early warning and risk forecasting application at the Space Time Modeling and Analysis workshop as part of Redlands GIS Week.
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Other presentations from the conference can be found here.
We have extended our hot spot/kernel density tool to allow for the animation of the maps to see how the density shifts through time.
With our NSF SBIR Phase IIB, we are working on different risk forecasting tools. The first tool that we are building in collaboration with Jerry Ratcliffe is a web-based near repeat analysis and visualization tool.
While collecting links for this post, I stumbled across this video of Jerry and Little Nellie.