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Exploratory spatiotemporal data analysis and modelling of public confidence in the police in central London
Abstract
Improving public confidence in the police is one of the most important issues for the London Metropolitan Police Service (Met). Public confidence varies over geographic space and changes over time. Spatiotemporal analysis and modelling becomes more manageable with a thorough understanding of the underlying spatiotemporal autocorrelation structure of the phenomena under scrutiny. In this study, exploratory spatiotemporal analysis is conducted on repeated cross-sectional survey data from the Metropolitan Police Public Attitude Survey. This confirmed the presence of second order nonstationarity in public perceptions of the Met police.
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Dept of Civil, Environ &Geomatic Eng
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