HalloweeM 42: WeeM, The Universe, and Everything
October 26 – 29, 2017
Risk Terrain Modeling Q&A
Risk terrain modeling (RTM) is an approach to spatial risk analysis that is used to identify risks that come from features of a landscape and model how they co-locate to create unique behavior settings for crime and other risky behaviors. Come hear about the basics of this innovative method used in police departments all over the world by one of the experts in this methodology. This will be followed by an interactive discussion about the adaptability of the method, previous policing interventions and the appeal of RTM across a variety of disciplines.
Henri Buccine-Schraeder is a research coordinator at Rutgers Center on Public Security and is a current PhD student at Rutgers University. Her research interests include sex offender policy, policing interventions, and spatiotemporal analysis. Henri is also the Membership Officer for the AMC, the National Coordinator for GenY, and the Region 2 GenY Co-Coordinator.
*Note: The information above is a draft provided by the presenter and may be different in the WeeM Booklet.
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