This United States Government Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services manual, Introductory Guide to Crime Analysis and Mapping, was developed from the curriculum for the Introduction to Crime Analysis Mapping and Problem Solving training course conducted by members of the Police Foundation's Crime Mapping Laboratory in 2001 and funded by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS). The purpose of this document is to convert the information presented in the training into a succinct and readable report that makes it available to a larger audience than was reached through the training sessions. It is not intended to be a comprehensive document on crime analysis, crime mapping, and problem solving, but rather a starter guidebook for someone just entering the field or a reference manual for current crime analysts or other law enforcement analysts. The format of the document follows the format of the training slides loosely, but it is not necessary to read them together. This document stands on its own.
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