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Title: Breaking alibis through cell phone mapping
Authors: Schmitz, PMU
Cooper, AK
Davidson, A
Rossouw, K
Keywords: Crime mapping
Cell phone mapping
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Police Executive Research Forum
Citation: Schmitz, PMU and Cooper, AK et al, 2000. Breaking alibis through cell phone mapping. Crime mapping case studies: Successes in the filed, Vol 2, pp 56-72
Abstract: The success of crime mapping, as described in this chapter, can be measured by the fact that the state advocate who prosecuted the case gave a seminal on the map to his colleagues. The prosecutor's seminar demonstrated that the use of the map in support of the prosecution was a powerful and persuasive device. Subsequently, another prosecutor has contacted CSIR to map data for a case involving two murders in which cell phones were also used during the commission of the crimes.
Description: Copyright: 2000 Police Executive Research Forum
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2262
ISBN: 1-878734-71-1
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