The development of a web based crime statistics mapping application using 'Google Maps'
Bowen, Callum James
University of Wales
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In this dissertation development project a web based crime statistics mapping application using ‘Google Maps’ will be developed in order to allow users the new functionality, different to those of the current systems, i.e. Police UK, where the user can add their own statistics onto the crime map. This new functionality is for the idea of crimes/incidents that go unreported or that crime/incidents the police do not follow up on, with an estimated only 50% of crimes that are reported are actually recorded by the police. With this in mind the crime statistics that can be gathered from the Government Data site doesn’t necessarily reflect the true nature of crime rates in societies. In order to successfully develop this new prototype a literature review, methodological approach, system analysis and design stages are required. After these stages have been met to a high standard, testing of the application for any errors or problems hidden inside will be introduced with a decision of the specific testing methods to use to correctly test the system.
BSc (Hons) Software Development with Web Programming
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