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Bowers, KJ; (2001) Small Business Crime: the Evaluation of a Crime Prevention Initiative. Crime prevention and community safety: an international journal , 3 (1) 23 - 42.

Bowers, KJ; Hirschfield, A; (2001) Introduction. In: Hirschfield, A and Bowers, K, (eds.) Mapping and analysing crime data: lessons from research and practice. (1 - 8). Taylor and Francis: London.

Bowers, KJ; Newton, N; Nutter, R; (2001) A GIS-linked database for monitoring repeat domestic burglary. In: Mapping and analysing crime data: lessons from research and practice. (120 - 136). Taylor and Francis: London.


Chainey, S; (2001) Combating crime through partnership: Examples from London England. In: Hirschfield, A and Bowers, K, (eds.) Mapping and analysing crime data: Lessons from research and practice. Taylor and Francis: London.

Curtin, L; Tilley, N; Owen, M; Pease, K; (2001) Developing Crime Reduction Plans: Some Examples from the Reducing Burglary Initiative. (Crime Reduction Research Series 7 ). Home Office: London.


Hirschfield, A; Johnson, SD; Bowers, K; (2001) Review of major policy developments and evidence: crime domain. In: Review of major policy developments and evidence. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: London.

Hirschfield, A; Yarwood, D; Bowers, KJ; (2001) Spatial targeting and GIS: The development of new approaches for use in evaluating community safety initiatives. In: Madden, M and Clarke, G, (eds.) Regional science in business. Springer-Verlag: London.

Hopkins, M; Tilley, N; (2001) Once a Victim, Always A Victim? A Study of How Victimisation Patterns may Change over Time. International Review of Victimology , 8 (1) pp. 19-35. 10.1177/026975800100800102.


Laycock, G; (2001) Research for Police: Who Needs It? UNSPECIFIED

Laycock, G; (2001) Scientists or Politicians - Who has the Answer to Crime. Scottish Law Gazette: University College London.

Laycock, G; Clarke, RV; authors, ; Howard, G; Newman, G; eds, ; (2001) Crime Prevention Policy and Government Research: a Comparison of the United States and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Comparative Sociology , XLII - (Specia) pp. 235-256.

Laycock, GK; (2001) Hypothesis Based Research: the Repeat Victimization Story - Criminal Justice. Criminology and Criminal Justice , 1 (1) pp. 59-82. 10.1177/1466802501001001004.


Pawson, R; Tilley, N; (2001) Realistic Evaluation Bloodlines. American Journal of Evaluation , 22 (3) pp. 317-324. 10.1177/109821400102200305.


Smith, W; Dror, IE; (2001) The role of meaning and familiarity in mental transformations. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review , 8 (4) pp. 732-741.


Tilley, NJ; (2001) Crime prevention in Britain, 1975-2010. In: Hughes, G and McLaughlin, E and Muncie, J, (eds.) Crime Prevention and Community Safety. (12 - 37). Sage: London.

Tilley, NJ; (2001) Evaluation and evidence-led crime reduction policy and practice. In: Matthews, R and Pitts, J, (eds.) Crime, Disorder and Community Safety. (81 - 97). Routledge: London.


WORTLEY, R; (2001) A classification of techniques for controlling situational precipitators of crime. Security Journal , 14(4) 63 - 82.

WORTLEY, R; Smallbone, SW; (2001) Child sexual abuse: Offender characteristics and modus operandi. Australian Institute of Criminology Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice , 193

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