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Risk Terrain Modeling, or RTM, is an approach to spatial risk analysis that utilizes a geographic information system to attribute qualities of the real world to places on a digitized map. It operationalizes the spatial influence of risk factors to common geographic units, then combines separate layers to produce “risk terrain” maps showing the presence, absence, or intensity of all risk factors at every location throughout the landscape. Theoretically- and empirically-grounded risk terrain maps show where conditions are conducive for crimes or other hazardous events to occur in the future. RTM offers a statistically valid way to articulate and communicate criminogenic and vulnerable areas at the micro-level.