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National Crime Mapping Conference 2009

Delegates Breakout Session

Slides and abstracts from the 2009 conference

Abstracts and slides are linked to each presentation and class. Click on the presentation title to see the abstract.  At the bottom of the abstract page are the presenter's slides (where these were made available by the presenter).

Levels: G = General; B = Beginner; I = Intermediate; A = Advanced

9.00-10.15 Registration, refreshments and exhibition
10.15-11.30
1st PLENARY (G)
 
  • Welcome: Spencer Chainey, Conference Chair
  • The Truth About Crime
    Cassian Harrison (BBC), Alice Perman (Mentorn TV), Spencer Chainey (UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science)
  • Exhibitors and Poster Showcase: a series of 60 second showcases from each exhibitor and poster presenter
11.30-11.55 Break and exhibition
12.00-13.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS 1
 

1A Seminar stream - Mapping the impact (G) [Repeated 5B]

 

1B Seminar stream - Targeting resources (B)

 

13.00-14.00
Lunch and exhibition
14.05-15.05 PARALLEL SESSIONS 2
 

2A Seminar stream - Mapping for reassurance and community tensions (I)

 

2B Seminar stream - Responding to incidents (G)

 

15.05-15.35 Break and exhibition
15.40-16.40 PARALLEL SESSIONS 3
 

3A Seminar stream - Capturing and understanding public perceptions and concerns (I) [Repeated 5A]

 

3B Seminar stream - Tackling burglary (G)


16.40

Drinks reception and canapés
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Friday 8 May 2009
9.15-9.45 Refreshments and exhibition
9.45-10.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS 4
 

4A Geographic profiling (I)

 

4B Using mapping to reduce crime (G)

 

10.45-11.15 Break and exhibition
11.20-12.20
PARALLEL SESSIONS 5
 

5A Seminar stream - Capturing and understanding public perceptions and concerns (I) [Repeated 3A]

 

5B Seminar stream - Mapping the impact (G) [Repeated 1A]

 
  • Class 5C - Using the Neighourhood Statistics Service to support policing and partnership geographical analysis (G)Alistair Calder, Office for National Statistics

12.20-13.20 Lunch and exhibition
13.25-14.25 PARALLEL SESSIONS 6
 

6A Seminar stream – Publishing crime statistics using crime mapping (G)

 

6B Seminar stream - Advancing geographical analysis (A)

 
14.35-15.15 2nd PLENARY (G)
 
15.15 Conference prizes
15.30 Close

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