Brief Charting a New Direction: Exploring the Future of Justice Mapping
Nancy G. La Vigne, Brian Elderbroom, Diana Brazzell
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Computerized mapping technology has become a valuable tool for law enforcement, criminal justice agencies, state and local policymakers, service providers, and community organizations working to understand and address problems related to crime, incarceration, and prisoner reentry. This research brief highlights innovative applications of mapping in the criminal justice field and discusses strategies for using mapping to inform justice policy and practice. The brief is based in part on a December 2007 meeting sponsored by the Urban Institute that brought together representatives from national criminal justice, social service, and government organizations to discuss justice mapping.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros
Tags Corrections Policing and community safety
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center