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    • Crime Patterns and Urban LivingDr. Patricia BrantinghamJustin Song, Valerie Spicer, Richard Frank, Jim LeBeau
    • ForesightSimon Fraser University: Engagement
    • Setting• Simon Fraser University Engagement• ICURS Researchers Linked laboratories MOU’s Secure laboratory
    • Engagement• Simon Fraser University• Bridge the gap• Collaborative• Strategies – Tactics – Research
    • Innovation• Data• Interpretation – Theory• Results
    • Crime is not random• Daily activities• Routine space• Urban structure• People and groups
    • Amsterdam Realtime:Esther Polak and Jeroen Kee with the Waag Societyhttp://realtime.waag.org:
    • Amsterdam Realtime:
    • Crime Patterns• Road network• Land use• City infrastructure• Pushes and pulls• Paths – nodes – edges• Attractors – generators
    • Nodes – Paths( all crimes, mid 2001-mid 2006)
    • EngagementData to Knowledge
    • Dr. Patricia Brantinghampbrantin@sfu.ca (778) 782-3515Merci
    • References• R. Frank, V. Dabbaghian, S. Singh, A. Reid, J. Cinnamon and P. Brantingham, Power of criminalattractors: Modeling the pull of activity nodes, Journal of Artificial Society and Social Simulation,14(1), (2011). Access at http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/14/1/6.• R. Frank, Andresen, M.A., and Brantingham, P.L. Criminal directionality and the structure of urbanform. Journal of Environmental Psychology 32(1) (2012), 37- 42.• J. Song, Frank, R., Brantingham, P., LeBeau, J., “Visualizing the Spatial Movement Patterns ofOffenders” Proc. 20th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in GeographicInformation Systems, 2012.