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AbstractThe purpose of this Master Report is to spatially analyze violent crime rates in Seattle in 2020 to determine common demographic or locational relationships. I will be testing population subsets, number of households, mandatory affordable housing zones, unwanted land, and police station locations against crime using various types of analysis including spatial regression, heat maps, and bivariate maps. The data comes from Seattle City GIS including base map layers and 3,300 violent crimes. Population data came from the US Census Bureau. Preliminary results show a strong relationship between mandatory affordable housing and increased crime rates.