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Chainey, S; (2009) The management and retention of police recorded information. Academic research report: Version 2. University College London: London, UK. Green open access


Dror, I; (2009) How can Francis Bacon help forensic science? The four idols of human biases. Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology , 50 (1) 93 - 110. 10.1016/j.jarmac.2013.01.001. Green open access


Johnson, SD; (2009) Potential uses of computational methods in the evaluation of crime reduction activity. In: Knutsson, J and Tilley, N, (eds.) Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives. (pp. 175-217). Criminal Justice Press: New York, New York.

Johnson, SD; Braithwaite, A; (2009) Spatio-temporal Modelling of Insurgency in Iraq. In: Frielich, JD and Newman, G, (eds.) Reducing terrorism through situational crime prevention. (pp. 9-32). Criminal Justice Press: New York, New York.


Morgan, RM; Cohen, J; McGookin, I; Murly-Gotto, J; O'Connor, R; Muress, S; Freudiger-Bonzon, J; (2009) The relevance of the evolution of experimental studies for the interpretation and evaluation of some trace physical evidence. Science & Justice , 49 (4) pp. 277-285. 10.1016/j.scijus.2009.02.004. Green open access

Morgan, RM; Freudiger-Bonzon, J; Nichols, KH; Jellis, T; Dunkerley, S; Zelazowski, P; Bull, PA; (2009) The forensic analysis of sediments recovered from footwear. In: Ritz, K and Dawson, L and Miller, D, (eds.) Criminal and Environmental Soil Forensics. (pp. 253-269). Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Green open access


Tompson, L; Partridge, H; Shepherd, N; (2009) Hot Routes: Developing a New Technique for the Spatial Analysis of Crime. Crime Mapping: A Journal of Research and Practice , 1 (1) pp. 77-96. Green open access

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