Free Crime Mapping Online Seminar (fwd)

rosaphil (rugosa@interport.net)
Thu, 15 Apr 1999 14:56:35 -0400 (EDT)


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Subject: Free Crime Mapping Online Seminar

	Anybody up for some fun?


> FREE ON-LINE SEMINAR FOR POLICE & CRIME MAPPING PROFESSIONALS
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>Date:	April 22, 1999
>Time:	2:00pm Eastern Time/1:00 Central/ Noon Mountain/11:00am Pacific Time
>Place:	Cyberspace - attend this web-seminar without leaving
>your desk
>Duration: 50 minutes, including questions & answers at the
>end
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>Understanding Mapping & GIS for Police Departments
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>I'd like to invite you to attend a free, private web-seminar,
>Understanding Mapping & GIS for Police Departments. This is
>a brief, interactive event exclusively for law enforcement
>professionals that you attend over the Internet. At this
>seminar, you'll see examples of how the Minneapolis Police
>Department, the L.A.P.D., Baltimore P.D., and others, are
>using crime mapping. We'll show you specific examples of
>mapping applications that are used to improve crime prevention
>and analysis, allocate resources where they're most needed,
>prepare for special events or disasters, publish crime
>statistics and maps on departmental web sites, prepare
>grant and funding requests, and more.
>No special technical knowledge is required and you will be
>able to ask questions throughout the presentation.
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>For A Detailed Agenda and to Register:
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>http://www.mapinfo.com/events/seminars/
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Michael A. Lewis
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