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SHORT COURSES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Advanced Hotspot Analysis

9th February 2017

Predictive Crime Mapping

22nd March 2017

Hypothesis Testing Analysis

12th April 2017

Crime Analysis

15th-18th May 2017

Understanding Hotspots

Date to be confirmed

Strategic Intelligence Assessments

Summer 2017 - exact dates to be confirmed

Geographic Profiling Analysis

Summer 2017 - exact dates to be confirmed

Department of Security and Crime Science

Mike Townsley

Dr Mike TownsleySchool of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Mt Gravatt Campus Griffith University

170 Kessels Road

Nathan QLD 4207

Australia.


His recent publications include:

Johnson, S.D., Bernasco, W., Bowers, K.J., Elffers, H., Ratcliffe, J., Rengert, G., and Townsley, M. (in press). ‘Near Repeats: A Cross National Assessment of Residential Burglary’, /Journal of Quantitative Criminology/

Townsley, M., Johnson, S.D. and Ratcliffe, J.H. (in press) ‘Space time dynamics of insurgent activity in Iraq’, /Security/

Adderly, R., Bond, J. and Townsley, M. (in press) ‘Predicting Crime Scene Attendance’, /International Journal of Police Science and Management/

Townsley, M. and Johnson, S.D. (in press) ‘The need for systematic replication and tests of validity in simulation’ in /Artificial Crime Analysis Systems: Using Computer Simulations and Geographic Information Systems,/ Liu, L. and Eck, J. (Eds.)

Smith, W., Bond, J. W., & Townsley, M. (in press). ‘Determining how journeys-to-crime vary: Measuring inter- and intra-offender crime trip distributions’ in Weisburd, D., Bernasco, W., and Bruinsma, G. (Eds.) /Putting Crime in its Place: Units of Analysis in Spatial Crime Research./ New York: Springer

Tilley, N. and Townsley, M. (in press) ‘Forensic Science in UK Policing: Strategies, Tactics and Effectiveness’ in* *Fraser, J & Williams, R (Eds.) /The Handbook of Forensic Science/. Cullompton, Devon: Willan Publishing

Townsley, M. and Bond, J. (2007) ‘Closing the (protective services) gap: Why size does matter when determining optimal Level 2 service delivery’, /International Journal of Police Science and Managem/ent, 9(2)

Farrell, G. and Townsley, M. (2007) ‘Repeat Victimisation of prison Inmates’ in Farrell, G., Bowers, K., Johnson, S.D. and Townsley, M. (Eds.) /Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honor of Ken Pease/, volume 21 of /Crime Prevention Studies/. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Farrell, G., Bowers, K., Johnson, S.D. and Townsley, M. (2007) ‘Editor’s Introduction’ in Farrell, G., Bowers, K., Johnson, S.D. and Townsley, M. (Eds.) /Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honor of Ken Pease/, volume 21 of /Crime Prevention Studies/. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Townsley, M., Smith, C. and Pease, K. (2006) ‘First impressions count: Serious detections arising from Criminal Justice Samples.’ /Genomics, Society and Policy, /2(1), pp 28-40. URL <http://www.gspjournal.com/>

Webb, B., Smith, C., Brock, A. and Townsley, M. (2005) ‘DNA fast tracking’, /Crime science: New approaches to preventing and detecting crime/, Smith, M. and Tilley, N. (Eds.) Crime Science Series, London: Willan Publishing

Townsley, M. and Laycock, G. (2004) ‘Conference Introduction: Approaching forensics scientifically’, in /Home Office and ACPO Forensic Science Conference proceedings//: Beyond DNA in the UK- Integration and Harmonisation/, Townsley, M. and Laycock, G. (Eds.) Newport, South Wales, 17-19 May 2004

Townsley, M., Homel, R. and Chaseling, J. (2003) ‘Infectious Burglaries: A Test of the Near Repeat Hypothesis’, /British Journal of Criminology/, 43(3): 615-633

Townsley, M. and Pease K. (2003) ‘Two go wild in Knowsley: analysis for evidence led reduction’ /Crime Reduction and Problem Oriented Policing/, Bullock, K. and Tilley, N. (Eds.) Crime Science Series, London: Willan Publishing

Townsley, M., Johnson, S.D. and Pease, K. (2002) ‘Problem orientation, problem solving and organisational change’ /Crime Prevention Studies/ /Vol 15/ Knuttson, J. (Ed.), New York: Criminal Justice Press

Townsley, M. and Pease, K. (2002) ‘How efficiently can we target prolific offenders?’, /International Journal of Police Science and Management, /4(4): 323-331

Townsley, M., Homel, R. and Chaseling, J. (2000) ‘Repeat Burglary Victimisation: Spatial and Temporal Patterns’, /Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology/, 33(1): 37-63

Prenzler, T. and Townsley, M. (1998) ‘The prospects for burglary prevention in Australia’, /Current Issues in Criminal Justice/, 9(3): 294-311

Hauritz, M., Homel, R., McIlwain, G., Burrows, T. & Townsley, M. (1998), ‘Reducing alcohol-related harm through local government safety action projects: The Queensland experience’, /Contemporary Drug Problems, 25:/ 511-551


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