A case study of natural surveillance in Tallinn

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A case study of natural surveillance in Tallinn

Studying the correlation between crime rates, spatial configuration, and perception

Project details

  • Client: Politsei- ja Piirivalveamet (Police and Border Guard Board), Estonia
  • Date: Sep. 2014

Project outline

  • Pilot study initiated in Tallinn by SPIN Unit with statistical data of crime patterns from the Politsei- ja Piirivalveamet (Police and Border Guard Board).
  • Study aimed at deploying into the city of Tallinn the latest academic and practical knowledge about the spatial context of urban crime, by creating fresh links between advanced spatial analysis, geostatistical monitoring of offences, and the development of techniques to survey and map examples of our methodological approach.