CrimeStat III User Workbook and Data includes the CrimeStat
Workbook (in PDF), the CrimeStat Workbook PowerPoint file, and GIS data in 124 files.
The CrimeStat program and documentation are available
from the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data at CRIMESTAT
The CrimeStat program is the property of, and is copyrighted by, Ned Levine and Associates, intended for the use of law enforcement agencies, criminal justice researchers, and educators. It can be distributed freely for
educational or research purposes, but cannot be resold. The name CrimeStat is a registered trademark of Ned Levine and Associates. The program must be cited correctly in any publication or report that uses results from the
The workbook lessons and screen shots use GIS, crime, and
call-for-service data provided by the Lincoln Police Department in Lincoln, Nebraska. In several cases, to illustrate a particular point, data were created or invented, so none of the lesson outputs or maps should be
taken as an accurate representation of crime in Lincoln.
Ronald E. Wilson, Mapping and Analysis for Public Safety (MAPS) Program, National Institute of Justice, and Ned Levine, Ned Levine and Associates, were special collaborators on this project.