MyAnneArundel is an integrated mapping application that was developed to provide the County's citizens, businesses, and visitors with access to useful services and data. Please click on one of the following "Themes" and follow the subsequent instructions to launch that specific area of the application:
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General Information and Crime Statistics
Find information about County Services based on an address or obtain community specfic crime statistics that are classified by incident type.
|Public Works Maps, As-Built Engineering Drawings and Survey Monuments Research and Retrieve Record Drawings and Survey Monuments.|
Watershed, Ecosystem, and Restoration Services
My Anne Arundel Zoning Viewer
GIS Data Download
By acceptance of the GIS material, you agree as follows: The GIS material (the "material") is made available by Anne Arundel County, Maryland (the "County") as a public service. The material is for reference purposes only, and the County makes no representatives, warranties, or guarantees of the accuracy of the material.
THE COUNTY MAKES NO AND DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES RELATING TO THE MATERIAL, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, INTEGRATION, TITLE, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.You release the County, its agents, servants, and employees, from any and all liability related to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. In no event shall the County be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or other damages, including savings, profits, fees, costs, loss of data, or business interruption, related in any way to the material or any of it, including its accuracy, availability, use, and misuse. The material is in the public domain and may be copied without permission. Citation to the source is requested. Any errors or omissions in the material should be reported to the Anne Arundel County Office of Information Technology Geographic Information Services Group.
|Links to other sites|
Criminal Justice Journalists: The organization of Criminal Justice Journalists sends a daily email of major criminal justice stories written by their members, and appearing in national newspapers. Criminal Justice Journalists (CJJ) provides a summary of the nation's top crime and justice news stories with Internet links, if any. If you are interested in receiving their news report, Crime & Justice News, please go to their News Center site to search all archived CJN stories.
The World Justice Information Network: A site that specifically sends out information on international criminal justice news stories, including corrections in the US. and other countries, is WJIN: The World Justice Information Network. You will need to enroll with WJIN first, then sign up for the news clipping service.
|National Institute of Corrections: NIC provides training, technical assistance, information services and policy/program development assistance to federal, state and local corrections agencies; go to http://www.nicic.gov|
American Correctional Association: For numerous publications about the field of corrections, visit the website of the American Correctional Association, listed at http://www.aca.org
The Bureau of Justice Statistics: The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is the major source of criminal justice data; go to http://www.bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov for this website.
|Microsoft Office Online|
|American Correctional Association|
|Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)|
|United States Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/|
|Federal Bureau of Prisons: http://www.bop.gov|
|National Criminal Justice Reference Service: http://www.ncjrs.gov/|
|National Institute on Drug Abuse: The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) established a national research collaborative called Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) to study issues related to substance abuse treatment for adult and juvenile offenders. Some of the most prominent researches in the field are involved in CJ-DATS, as well as policy makers and criminal justice and drug treatment professionals in over 13 states and the national associations. At least 10 studies are currently in the field, including a national survey of criminal and juvenile justice practices. You can visit their website at http://www.cjdats.org to learn more about the research that is being conducted by the CJ-DATS collaborative. Please sign up for e-mails and electronic newsletters containing research findings.|