This chapter engages how crime risk, once computed, is made intelligible and actionable and how it is disseminated throughout various stages of police work: from the analyst’s desk to central planning and operations, and from there to local police stations, shift supervisors, and patrol officers. The analysis pays particular attention to two aspects. First, it highlights how the dissemination of results from algorithmic crime analysis must speak to different audiences if it is to successfully bring risk on the street and inform targeted prevention measures. In other words, it needs to enroll different human and nonhuman elements in a common cause and be able to speak to different rationales and logics. Second, our analysis investigates how risk is visualized in order to do so. Specifically, we explore how the use of maps puts risk in relation to space and establishes the existence and coordinates of criminal futures in an intuitive and actionable fashion.