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Privacy in the Information Age: A Guide for Sharing Crime Maps & Spatial Data
Julie Wartell & J. Thomas McEwen. During the past decade, the criminal justice community realized the valuable analytic benefits of geog. info. systems (GIS). GIS enable greater data-sharing capabilities within & among agencies & org., resulting in greater access by many to vast amounts of data. Recognizing potential privacy concerns that could arise from these initiatives, this crime mapping & data confidentiality guidebook was issued. It provides guidance to law enforcement personnel, researchers, & others who are creating & sharing crime maps. Contains real-life examples & contributed by various police depts. that demonstrate a variety of techniques that promote privacy, crime mapping, & data confidentiality. Illus.
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