Shefali Tripathi

Shefali Tripathi

Shefali Tripathi is a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Certified Analyst working as a Crime Analyst at the Gainesville Police Department. Dr. Tripathi is a subject matter expert in crime analysis and crime mapping and is a Senior Research Fellow at the Police Foundation. Dr. Tripathi works at the interface of law enforcement practice and applied research. She has over 15 years of advanced spatial analysis experience in law enforcement, criminal justice, urban planning and allied fields. She is an adjunct faculty and teaches graduate level courses in Geographic Information Systems for criminal justice and public safety. She is a trained Geographic Profiling Analyst. Dr. Tripathi holds a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida.

Editor’s Note

Greetings everyone! Welcome to the fall 2016 issue of the Crime Mapping & Analysis News. Our fall issue explores a broad array of articles…

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the second issue of the Crime Mapping & Analysis News, and the first of 2015. I am happy that the first issue was well received by our readers. This issue brings a broad array of articles focusing on crime mapping and analysis practice and research.

From the Editor

By Shefali Tripathi
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the relaunch of our newsletter – Crime Mapping & Analysis News. We have redesigned the newsletter to make it more readable and to provide advancements and innovations in crime mapping and analysis to our readers. Our web designer has created an elegant and user-friendly design that is easy to navigate. We hope you like it…