MSU Celebration of Student Scholarship

Schedule for the 2017 Celebration of Student Scholarship

7:45 AM

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8:30 AM

Registration/continental breakfast (Camden-Carroll Library, 2nd floor)

Oral Presentations Set-Up (Camden-Carroll Library)

Poster Set-Up (Button Auditorium, Drill Room)

8:30 AM

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10:15 AM

Oral Presentations (Camden-Carroll Library)

10:15 AM

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10:30 AM

Break

10:30 AM

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11:45 AM

Oral Presentations (Camden-Carroll Library)

11:45 AM

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12:00 PM

Break

12:00 PM

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1:15 PM

Oral Presentations (Camden-Carroll Library)

1:15 PM

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3:00 PM

Poster Presentations (Button Drill Room, judging completed by 2:30)

3:00 PM

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4:00 PM

Reception (Button Drill Room)

4:00 PM

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4:15 PM

Gallaher Memorial Music Performance (Button Auditorium)

4:15 PM

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5:00 PM

Awards (Button Auditorium)

GIS Software for Law Enforcement – Crime Mapping Software

GIS Software for Law Enforcement – Crime Mapping Software:

Crime Mapping & Public Safety Software
Maptitude is an essential tool for all types of crime and law enforcement mapping applications. Maptitude gives you a low-cost way to visualize crime data, make informed decisions, and evaluate law enforcement programs

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CrimeStat

CrimeStat: Spatial Statistics Program for the Analysis of Crime Incident Locations

CrimeStat IV (version 4.02) is the most recent version of CrimeStat, a spatial statistics program for the analysis of crime incident locations. CrimeStat was developed by Ned Levine & Associates of Houston, Texas, under the direction of Ned Levine, Ph.D., and funded by grants from NIJ (grants 1997-IJ-CX-0040, 1999-IJ-CX-0044, 2002-IJ-CX-0007, and 2005-IJ-CX-K037). 

 

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CrimeStat is Windows-based and interfaces with most desktop GIS programs. It provides statistical tools to aid law enforcement agencies and criminal justice researchers in their crime mapping efforts. Many police departments around the country use CrimeStat, as do criminal justice and other researchers. 

The program includes more than 100 statistical routines for the spatial analysis of crime and other incidents. CrimeStat inputs incident locations (e.g., robbery locations) in dbf, point shp or ASCII formats using either spherical or projected coordinates. It calculates various spatial statistics and writes graphical objects to ArcGIS, MapInfo, Surfer for Windows and other GIS packages.

 

Source: https://www.nij.gov/topics/technology/maps/pages/crimestat.aspx