Computer-aided mapping project launched in Birmingham

A computer-aided mapping project aimed at measuring 'crime and grime' levels was launched in Birmingham last week. The council and West Midlands Police are developing the system, which monitors environmental crimes and anti-social behaviour such as graffiti and fly-tipping. The aim of the Public Space Index is to pinpoint problem areas and target resources and action effectively.

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