Murder Accountability Project

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Thomas Hargrove, the founder, and CEO of the Murder Accountability Project (MAP) spoke with me on WRCN 103.9FM. The Murder Accountability Project is based in Washington D.C. and collects data from all around the U.S. making it a complete database on murder statistics that we have.

That’s not all the Murder Accountability Project can do. Mr. Hargrove developed an algorithm, that uses FBI homicide data to detect clusters of homicides. These clusters may indicate that an active serial killer is in the area.

On the MAP website, there are dozens of interactive charts that can be used by researchers and police departments to discover victim, offender, and police statistical data. Each one of these areas can be searched by State, County, and Agency in order for the user to obtain the granular details.

MAP is so easy to use, even the casual user, as well as the professional researcher, can find exactly what they need. Do you want to know the Homicide Clearance Rates in a particular area? You can do that too. If you are an expert with data and SPSS, there are links for you to download the dataset so you can use it on your own.

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By | 2017-02-05T10:41:36+00:00 February 13th, 2017|Clearance Rates, Crime Talk Radio, Homicide, LI News Radio, Statistics|

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Joe Giacalone is a retired NYPD Sergeant, current Adjunct Professor, media contributor and internationally recognized policing expert. Joe has been on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, CBS, NBC, ABC, The Today Show, Good Morning America and many more.