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September 24, 2014

WVU Professor Publishes Book Exploring the Role of Geospatial Technologies in Investigating Crime and Providing Justice

MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Sept. 22, 2014—Law enforcement agencies and forensic investigators have used geospatial data to profile serial offenders, track suspects and guide crime reduction efforts. Citizen groups have fought successfully against environmental discrimination and have engaged in class-action lawsuits, strengthened by the collection, analysis and presentation of geospatial data. Legal experts have used the technology