Books, Edited Volumes, Monographs and Government Reports

Andresen, M.A., & Kinney, J.B. [Eds.] (2011). Patterns, prevention, and geometry of crime. New York, NY: Routledge.

Tilley, N., & Farrell, G. (Eds). (2011). The reasoning criminologist: Essays in honour of Ronald V. Clarke. London: Taylor and Francis.

Refereed Journal Articles and Contributions to Edited Volumes

Andresen, M.A. (2011). The ambient population and crime analysis. Professional Geographer, 63(2), 193-212. [PDF]

Andresen, M.A. (2011). Estimating the probability of local crime clusters: The impact of immediate spatial neighbors. Journal of Criminal Justice, 39(5), 394-404. [PDF]

Andresen, M.A. (2011). The impact of accession to the European Union on violent crime in Lithuania. European Sociological Review, 27(6), 759-771.

Andresen, M.A., & Malleson, N. (2011). Testing the stability of crime patterns: Implications for theory and policy. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 48(1), 58-82. [PDF]

Brantingham, P.J., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Situating situational crime prevention: Anchoring a politically palatable crime reduction strategy. In N. Tilley & G. Farrell, The reasoning criminologist: Essays in honour of Ronald V. Clarke.  Cullompton, U.K.: Willan Publishing.

Brantingham, P.J., Ghaseminejad, A.H., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). The distribution of event complexity in the British Columbia court system: An analysis based on the CourBC analytical system. Proc. European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC). Athens, Greece. [PDF]

Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Crime and place: Rapidly evolving research methods in the 21st century. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research, 13(2), 199-204.

Brantingham, P.L., Ester, M., Frank, R., Glasser, U., & Tayebi, M.A. (2011). Co-offending network mining. In U.K. Wiil (Ed.), Counterterrorism and open source intelligence (Lecture Notes in Social Networks, Volume 2) (pp. 73-102). New York, NY: Springer. [PDF]

Brantingham, P.L., Wuschke, K., Frank, R., & Brantingham, P. J. (2011) Crime emergence and simulation modeling: Modeling crime space. In C. Sullivan, L. Kennedy, & J.M. McGloin (Eds.), Crime emergence: Reducing uncertainty in theory and research. Routledge. [PDF]

Dabbaghian, V., Jackson, P., Spicer, V., & Wuschke, K. (2010). A cellular automata model on residential migration in response to neighbourhood social dynamics. Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 52(9&10), 1752-1762.

Dabbaghian, V., Spicer, V., Singh, S.K., Borwein, P., & Brantingham, P.L. (2010). The social impact in a high-risk community: A cellular automata model. Journal of Computational Science, 2(3), 238-246.

Farrell, G., Tseloni, A., Mailley, J., & Tilley, N. (2011). The crime drop and the security hypothesis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 48(2), 147-175. [PDF]

Farrell, G., Tseloni, A., & Tilley, N. (2011). The effectiveness of car security devices and their role in the crime drop. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 11(1), 21-35. [PDF]

Felson, M., Andresen, M.A., & Frank, R. (2011). Mobility polygons and the geometry of co-offending. In M.A. Andresen & J.B. Kinney (Eds.), Patterns, prevention, and geometry of crime. New York: Routledge.

Frank, R., Andresen, M.A., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Criminal directionality and the structure of urban form. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1-6. [PDF]

Frank, R., Andresen, M.A., Cheng, C., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Finding criminal attractors based on offenders' directionality of crimes. Proceedings of the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference, 86-93. [PDF]

Frank, R., Dabbaghian, V., Singh, S., Reid, A., Cinnamon, J., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Power of criminal attractors: Modeling the pull of activity nodes. Journal of Artificial Society and Social Simulation, 14(1), Article 6. [PDF]

Grove, L.E., & Farrell, G. (2011). Once bitten, twice shy? Repeat victimization and its prevention. In D. P. Farrington & B. C. Welsh (Eds.), Oxford handbook on crime prevention. Sage publishers.

Grove, L.E., & Farrell, G. (2011). Repeat victimization. In R. Rosenfeld (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies Online (Criminology). Sage.

Iwanski, N., Frank, R., Dabbaghian, V., Reid, A., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Analyzing an offender's journey to crime: A criminal movement model (CriMM). Proc. European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC). Athens, Greece [Conference First Prize Winner: Best Paper]. [PDF]

Pease, K., & Farrell, G. (2011). Climate change and crime. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 17(2), 149-162. [PDF]

Spicer, V., Ginther, J., & Wuschke, K. (2011). Patterns of perception: Forecasting the perception of crime. In ICA Commission on Geospatial Analysis and Modeling and ISPRS WG IV/5 on Pervasive Web Mapping, Geoprocessing and Services Workshop, Burnaby BC, Canada.

Tayebi, M.A., Glasser, U., & Brantingham, P.L. (2011). Organized crime detection in co-offending networks. Proceedings of Third Annual Illicit Networks Workshop, Montreal QC, Canada.

Tayebi, M.A., Jamali, M., Ester, M., Glasser, U., & Frank, R. (2011). CrimeWalker: A recommendation model for suspect investigation. Proceedings of the 5th ACM Recommender Systems, Chicago IL, USA. [PDF]

Tilley, N., Tseloni, A., & Farrell, G. (2011). Income disparities of burglary risk: Security availability and the crime drop. British Journal of Criminology, 51, 296-313. [PDF]