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Spatial Aspects of Robbery, Burglary and Vehicle Theft. 10-Year Change in Neighborhood Characteristics and Crime. Components of Proposed Study. Research Site: Raleigh Robbery, Burglary, and Auto Theft in 1993 and 2003 Census Data (Social Attributes) Tax Assessor Data (Land Parcel Uses)

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spatial aspects of robbery burglary and vehicle theft

Spatial Aspects of Robbery, Burglary and Vehicle Theft

10-Year Change in Neighborhood Characteristics and Crime

components of proposed study
Components of Proposed Study
  • Research Site: Raleigh
  • Robbery, Burglary, and Auto Theft in 1993 and 2003
  • Census Data (Social Attributes)
  • Tax Assessor Data (Land Parcel Uses)
  • Configuration of Traffic/Streets
  • Hot and ‘Cold’ Spot Analysis of 36 Cluster Areas
goals
Goals
  • To evaluate the extent to which various social characteristics of residents in and proximate to a neighborhood affect crime counts
  • To determine whether the street structure (configurations) have an independent effect on crime counts
  • To assess interaction effects between social and configurational aspects of neighborhood
  • To identify additional factors that might be accounting for hot and ‘cold’ crime spots
analysis
Analysis
  • Models of Diffusion of Crime and other Attributes across Neighborhoods
  • Models of the Nested Structure of Neighborhoods (Hierarchical Linear Models) -- Face Blocks within Larger Neighborhood Contexts
hot and cold spot sub analysis in 36 cluster areas
Hot and ‘Cold’ Spot Sub-Analysis in 36 Cluster Areas
  • Orthophotography
  • On-site observational study (using video-cameras, multiple time periods)
  • Observation of signs of territorial functioning, ‘broken windows’, etc.
  • Three Contexts: commercial, multi-family, detached housing