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The Louisville Metro Police Department tracks crime reports across the city’s metro area. Through Freedom of Information Act requests, we get these crimes and map each report since January of 2003, over 6 years of data! This makes it by far the most comprehensive crime map of Louisville Jefferson County crime available anywhere on the […]

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When you are mobile and on-the-go, you can search our maps, and access every single location on every map from your iPhone, Blackberry, Android, or any phone with a mobile web browser. Just point your cell phone browser to www.yourmapper.com/m to start. Note that although these screenshots were taken on an iPhone, this version will […]

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The United States DEA has a National Clandestine Laboratory Register which shows locations of Meth Lab busts. They list the busts or cleanup sites by state, and they are paginated within each state. We decided it would be good to grab this data, geocode it, and turn it into a map instead of looking at […]

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