LINK – criminal intelligence environment with spatial/geographical analysis tools

Robert Marcjan, Marek Łakomy, Marek Wysokiński, Kamil Piętak, Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki


The paper presents the LINK application, which is a decision-support system dedicated for operational and investigational activities of homeland security services. The paper briefly discusses issues of criminal analysis, possibilities of utilizing spatial (geographical) information together with crime mapping and spatial analyses.


decision support; data analysis; GIS; criminal analysis

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