This chapter uses the location quotient to measure criminal activity in Vancouver, Canada in a spatial analytical framework, similar to the 1996 analyses in Chapter 3. Crime data for Vancouver, 1996, are the same as those used in Chapter 3, as is the set of variables and analytic method. The location quotients for automotive theft, break and enter, and violent crime are modeled using the two most common spatial theories of crime: social disorganization theory and routine activity theory.