Crime Open Database (CODE)

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Description: The Crime Open Database (CODE) is a service that makes it convenient to use crime data from multiple US cities in research on crime. All the data are available to use for free as long as you acknowledge the source of the data.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The Crime Open Database (CODE) is a service that makes it convenient to use crime data from multiple US cities in research on crime. All the data are available to use for free as long as you acknowledge the source of the data. Cities are included in CODE if they release incident-level crime data that: can be re-used under an open-data license, include the location of each crime (possibly with som...

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  • Studying crime and place with the Crime Open Database

    The study of spatial and temporal crime patterns is important for both academic understanding of crime-generating processes and for policies aimed at ...

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