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CrimeMapping

This hands-on course provides students with an introduction to crime mapping techniques and is designed for students with little or no experience in crime mapping. Students use GIS technology analyze crime and known offender data by adding this data to a base map, querying data by attribute, identifying spatial patterns, and creating completed maps. Topics include working with ArcGIS and ArcCatalog, learning coordinate system basics, exploring layer properties, reviewing data fields and records, querying data using several different methods, and designing map layouts. Students who complete this course are able to add crime and offender data to a map, find patterns, and produce meaningful maps.

Level: Beginner

Length of course: 3 days (21 hours)

MS Access

Learn to work with tables, make queries, and create reports.  This hands-on course provides students with an introduction to using Microsoft Access for Crime Analysis, a program most analysts already have but underutilize.  Students will learn how to use Microsoft Access to create and import tables, query and filter data within tables, make tables new tables, append to existing tables, combine data from different datasets, and create useful reports.  Students who complete this course are able to link and import crime and offender data into Access, query and filter the data to find patterns in crime, and produce meaningful reports.

Level: Beginner

Length of course: 3 days (21 hours)

CrimeMapping-Intermediate

This hands-on course provides students with an intermediate understanding of crime mapping techniques and is designed for students who have some experience in crime mapping. Students will learn to use GIS technology to create new datasets, make thematic maps, and create and interpret hot spots. Topics include working within different coordinate systems, editing data fields and geometry, creating thematic and kernel density hot spot maps, and troubleshooting issues. Students who complete this course are able to create new area boundaries, produce several types of hot spot maps, and understand influences that are correlated with crime clustering.  Prerequisite: Intro course or permission of instructor.

Level: Intermediate

Length of course: 3 days (21 hours)

Prerequisite: Intro to Crime Mapping or instructor approval

Course Flyers

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Course Dates Location Price Open?
Crime Mapping-IntroApril 2-4, 2023LA CLEAR, 5801 E. Slauson Ave., Commerce, CA$450Yes
Microsoft Access for Crime Analysis-IntroApril 15-17, 2024LA CLEAR, 5801 E. Slauson Ave., Commerce, CA$450Full - Waitlist Only
Crime Mapping-IntroMay 6-8, 2024LA CLEAR, 5801 E. Slauson Ave, Commerce, CA$450Yes

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