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From: Joel Caplan <jo...@simsi.com>
Date: Thu, Jun 30, 2022 at 12:41 PM
Subject: Crime Prevention Workshop in Atlantic City
To: Sarkos, James <JSa...@acpolice.org>, Sahin, Nusret <Nusret...@stockton.edu>, <jca...@rutgers.edu>


REGISTER Early (Space is Limited) simsi.com/events

*Crime Prevention with Risk Terrain Modeling Workshop* (in person)

Co-Sponsored with the Atlantic City Police Department and hosted by Stockton University, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

COST:
$0 (FREE)

WHEN & WHERE:
Friday, September 16, 2022
10a-2p (4 hours)
John F. Scarpa Academic Center
3711 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

INCLUDES:
Lunch will be provided
Certificate of Completion

INSTRUCTOR:
Taught by Dr. Joel Caplan, Vice President & Cofounder of Simsi (linkedin.com/in/jmcaplan)

OVERVIEW:
Risk Terrain Modeling (RTM) is risk assessment for places. It diagnoses crime patterns, and identifies environmental conditions that contribute to crime problems. RTM drives decision-making and action for public safety. This interactive workshop is designed for everyone, without any previous experience or background in data analysis or crime prevention programming. We’ll discuss how to use RTM for resource deployments, investigations, community engagement, and prevention. You will learn how RTM works, review case studies, and gain practical insights and tips to take home for implementation.

TO REGISTER, click the link under Atlantic City at simsi.com/events





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Joel M. Caplan, Ph.D.
Web: www.jcaplan.com
Twitter: @JoelCaplan

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From: Joel Caplan <nal...@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jul 5, 2022 at 2:27 PM
Subject: Crime Prevention Workshop in Atlantic City


REGISTER Early (Space is Limited) simsi.com/events

*Crime Prevention with Risk Terrain Modeling Workshop* (in person)

Co-Sponsored with the Atlantic City Police Department and hosted by Stockton University, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

COST:
$0 (FREE)

WHEN & WHERE:
Friday, September 16, 2022
10a-2p (4 hours)
John F. Scarpa Academic Center
3711 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

INCLUDES:
Lunch will be provided
Certificate of Completion

INSTRUCTOR:
Taught by Dr. Joel Caplan, Vice President & Cofounder of Simsi (linkedin.com/in/jmcaplan)

OVERVIEW:
Risk Terrain Modeling (RTM) is risk assessment for places. It diagnoses crime patterns, and identifies environmental conditions that contribute to crime problems. RTM drives decision-making and action for public safety. This interactive workshop is designed for everyone, without any previous experience or background in data analysis or crime prevention programming. We’ll discuss how to use RTM for resource deployments, investigations, community engagement, and prevention. You will learn how RTM works, review case studies, and gain practical insights and tips to take home for implementation.

TO REGISTER, click the link under Atlantic City at simsi.com/events



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Web: www.jcaplan.com
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