INDIANAPOLIS – The Baker One Project, a protocol implemented by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to identify potential high-risk offenders for domestic violence and prevent escalating crime, is driving positive outcomes in targeted cases, according to a new...Read More
From conversations around deity worship in Hinduism, to exploring the importance of gospel music, the 2015 Joseph T. Taylor Symposium at IUPUI will offer participants a unique opportunity to explore Indianapolis’ religious diversity through performances inherent in the...Read More
–By Sharon Kandris, Director, Community Informatics, The Polis Center– We’re delighted to share that we have launched a new tool that allows nonprofits and community-based organizations throughout Indiana to easily access important data and make informed...Read More
IUPUI recently released its 2013 Research Report, which highlights significant achievements in the university that address national and global needs and transform knowledge into practice. At The Polis Center, we’re creating new data analysis and visualization tools for...Read More
Explore complex data on American religious history within this multimedia GIS framework.
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