Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2016, $198,247)
As submitted by the proposer: The scope of this proposal is to develop a commercial quality software application for risk terrain modeling to aid public safety researchers and practitioners in crime analysis, forecasting, resource allocation, prevention, and risk reduction efforts. Deliverables will include a financially
sustainable (i.e., beyond the funding support requested here) software application, as well as user manuals, a training curriculum, and related resources for making the software outputs transparent, actionable, measurable and testable among a wide variety of lay and expert end- users.
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