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CrimeMapping

  • CrimeMapping
    From the website: "This portal is dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies provide the public with valuable information about crime activity by neighborhood.

    Our goal is to assist police departments in reducing crime through a better informed citizenry. We work directly with each agency and never scrape data from other sites!"

CrimeReports

  • CrimeReports
    From the website: "PublicEngines' mission is to help prevent, reduce, and solve crime with easy-to-use, cloud-based solutions that facilitate crime analysis, supply actionable intelligence, and increase public engagement.

    The company's products include CrimeReports - the #1 most popular online crime mapping solution available."

RAIDS Online

  • RAIDS Online
    From the website: "BAIR's public crime map, RAIDS Online, connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety.

    Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
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Global Peace Index

  • Global Peace Index
    From the website: "The world's leading measure of national peacefulness, the GPI measures peace according to 22 qualitative and quantitative indicators."

Terrorism Index

  • Terrorism Index
    From the website: "The GTI measures the impact of terrorism in 162 countries. To account for the lasting effects of terrorism, each country is given a score that represents a five year weighted average."

US Peace Index

  • US Peace Index
  • U.S. Peace Index
    From the website: "It is impossible to accurately portray the devastating effects that global challenges will have on us all unless unified global action is taken. Our shared challenges call for global solutions, and these solutions will require cooperation on a global scale unparalleled in human history." "The USPI measures the level of peace in all 50 states according to 5 key indicators."

myLocalcrime

  • myLocalcrime
    In this map the crimes are color and shape coded. For example, an assault is orange diamond shaped.

Neighborhood Scout

  • Neighborhood Scout
    From the website: "Enterprise-grade data for every neighborhood and city in the U.S."

    Includes select neighborhoods in Detroit.

Spot Crime -- Detroit

  • Spot Crime -- Detroit
    Type in an address and find the different crimes that have been committed near it. Each crime uses an icon to represent itself, such as a fist to represent an assault.
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