Whilst I hate to use a cliche such as "If you only ever buy one crime mapping book; make it this one", such a cliche is entirely appropriate. As a relatively recent overview of crime mapping you really can't go wrong with this book. Both authors are experts in the field, and this shines through in the quality of the book. Whilst it does certainly get a bit geeky in places, it's never overwhelming.
Frankly, this book should be a set text for all crime analysts, as well as anyone else that may have an interest in the subject.
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