Intermediate ArcGIS for Crime Analysis
Begins August 22nd, 2017
Many law enforcement agencies are using maps and other spatial analysis to help drive decision making. This online workshop will be taught using open source criminal justice data to afford participants the ability to analyze and explore real world data and patterns. This will be an 8 week long interactive online course with topic overview and demonstrations from the instructor. While this workshop will be most applicable to analysts who work in law enforcement, current employment by a law enforcement agency is not required.
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Free to all Maryland Law Enforcement
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Week 1: Advanced Cartographic Techniques
Week 2: Data Creation & Attribution
Week 3: Joining & Relating
Week 4: Geoprocessing with Model Builder
Week 5: Geodatabases II
Week 6: Network Analysis
Week 7: Temporal Pattern Analysis
Week 8: Using ArcGIS Pro for Crime Analysis
Instructor: Erica McMaster
Erica McMaster is the GIS Program Director at Washington College. She has over ten years of experience in GIS and ESRI software products, and is a certified GIS Professional through the GIS Certification Institute. Erica earned her Bachelor of Science in Geography from Salisbury University and her Master of Science in Geography from University of Delaware. Erica has worked on projects related to image processing and manipulation, environmental studies, urban planning, and 3D scanning and visualization.