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by J. M. Caplan (2010). Newark, NJ: Rutgers Center on Public Security
Crime analysis for problem solving can't be done without understanding location, and that's what GIS is all about. This easy to follow manual teaches you all the skills needed to bring you up to speed with this essential tool.
Bureau of Justice Assistance, 1993.
This guide offers a practical introduction for police practitioners to two types of surveys that police find useful: surveying public opinion and surveying the physical environment. It provides guidance on whether and how to conduct cost-effective surveys.
by Deborah Weisel (Bureau of Justice Statistics and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 1999).
This guide, along with accompanying computer software, provides practical, basic pointers for police in conducting community surveys.
(U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 2011)
Provides a brief introduction to problem-solving, basic information on the SARA model and detailed suggestions about the problem-solving process.
by Tim Bynum (U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 2001).
Provides an introduction for police to analyzing problems within the context of problem-oriented policing.
by John E. Eck and Nancy G. LaVigne (Police Executive Research Forum, 1994).
Explains many of the basics of research as it applies to police management and problem-solving efforts.
by Neil Henson (Sixth Sense Training, 2018).
Step-by-step guide to police problem solving developed for POP training in the United Kingdom.