The Leeds Institute for Data Analytics is pleased to announce the tenth seminar of the series showcasing data analytics.
For this event we welcome Dr Nick Malleson, Associate Professor in Geographical Information Science, from the School of Geography at the University of Leeds. Dr Malleson's will be discussing crime analytics and the role of dynamic simulation models. We also welcome our second speaker Miss Emily Sheard, also from the School of Geography at the University of Leeds. Miss Sheard will discuss data as a risk predictor for temporally-concentrated crime series.
Our main speaker for this event is Professor Kate Bowers, Professor of Security and Crime Science at the University College London. Professor Bowers' talk is titled "Crime science, crime analysis and crime reduction".
Following the seminar there will be a networking reception with drinks and nibbles.
We look forward to seeing you there.
15:15: Registration LIDA reception
15:30: Dr Nick Malleson - Crime Analytics and the Role of Dynamic Simulation Models
15:45: Miss Emily Sheard – Data as a risk predictor for temporally-concentrated crime series
16:00: Prof Kate Bowers – Crime science, crime analysis and crime reduction
17:00: Refreshments and networking