StumbleSafely: Visualizing Crime To Map Safer Routes Home

StumbleSafely: Visualizing Crime To Map Safer Routes Home
technology

Knight Foundation Winner Ian Cairns has created an innovative mapping project to help late night revelers avoid problem areas.

Michael Brooks
  • 26 august 2010

Knight Foundation Winner Ian Cairns introduces us to an innovative mapping project he is working on. His website, StumbleSafely, visualizes crime levels surrounding Washington DC bars and Metro stops. The site integrates crime statistics from the police department to create a map that gives important context to a specific user base.

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