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Math helps detect gang-related crime and better allocate police resources

Social groups in a population can lend important cues to law enforcement officials, consumer-based services and risk assessors. Social and geographical patterns that provide information about such communities or gangs have been a popular subject for mathematical modeling. Scientists used police department records about individuals' social and geographical information to determine gang memberships.
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