Book

  • Grove, L., Farrell, G., Farrington, D. F., Johnson, S. D. (2012). Preventing Repeat Victimization: A Systematic Review. bra Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention. Publisher URL
  • Johnson, S., Bowers, K., Gamman, L., Mamerow, L., Warne, A. (2010). Theft of Customers' Personal Property in Cafes and Bars. Washington US Department of Justice.
  • Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A., Thorpe, A. (2008). Bicycle Theft. (52). Washington US Department of Justice.
  • Farrell, G., Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Townsley, M. (2007). Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honour of Ken Pease. Cullompton: UK Willan.
  • Book Chapter

  • Kurland, J., Tilley, N., Johnson, S. D. (2014). The Football 'Hotspot' Matrix. In Hopkins, M., Treadwell, J. (Eds.). Football Hooiganism, Fan Behaviour and Crime ( ). Palgrave.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. (2013). How guardianship dynamics may vary across the street network: A case study of residential burglary. In Ruiter, S., Bernasco, W., Huisman, W., Bruinsma, G. (Eds.). Liber amicorum voor Henk Elffers ( ). Amsterdam, Netherlands NSCR.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2013). Near repeats and crime forecasting. In Bruinsma, G., Weisburd, D. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice ( ). Springer Verlag.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Guerrette, R. (2012). Crime Displacement and Diffusion of Benefits: A Review of Situational Crime Prevention Measures. In Welsh, B., Farrington, D. (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention ( ). New York Oxford University Press.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2011). Contrasting Hotspots: Did the Opportunists Make the Heat? In Farrell, G., Tilley, N. (Eds.). Crime Prevention Studies Vol. 27 ( ). Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Thorpe, A., Gamman, L., Ekblom, P., Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A., Wilcocks, M. (2011). Bike Off 2- Catalysing anti theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st Century: An open innovation research approach. In Designing for the 21st Century- Interdisciplinary Methods and Understanding ( ). Ashgate. [Accepted]
  • Thorpe, A., Sidebottom, A., Johnson, S. D. (2011). The Impact of Seven Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands on Opportunities for Bycycle Theft. In Designing Out Crime from Products: Towards Research-Based Practice ( ). Lynne Rienner Publishers. [Accepted]
  • Johnson, S. D. (2010). Prospective Crime Mapping. In Fisher, B. S., Lab, S. P. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention ( pp.684-688). Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Summers, L., Johnson, S. D., Rengert, G. (2010). The Use of Maps in Offender Interviews. In Offenders on Offending: Learning About Crime from Criminals ( pp.246-272). Cullompton Willan.
  • Summers, L., Johnson, S. D., Rengert, G. F. (2010). The use of maps in offender interviewing. In Bernasco, W. (Ed.). Offenders on Offending: Learning about crime from criminals ( pp.246-272). Cullompton, Devon Willan.
  • Johnson, S. D. (2009). Potential uses of computational methods in the evaluation of crime reduction activity. In Knutsson, J., Tilley, N. (Eds.). Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives ( pp.175-217). New York Criminal Justice Press. Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D. (2009). The Use of Computational Methods in Evaluation. In Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives ( Vol. 24 pp.175-217). Cullompton Willan.
  • Johnson, S. D., Braithwaite, A. (2009). Spatio-temporal Modelling of Insurgency in Iraq. In Frielich, J. D., Newman, G. (Eds.). Reducing terrorism through situational crime prevention ( pp.9-32). New York Criminal Justice Press. Author URL
  • Johnson, S., Bowers, K. J., Birks, D., Pease, K. (2008). Predictive Mapping: Accuracy for Different Units of Analysis and the role of the Environmental Backcloth. In D Weisburd, W. B., Bruinsma, G. (Eds.). Putting Crime in it’s Place: Units of Analysis in Spatial Crime Research ( pp.171-198). Springer.
  • Townsley, M., Johnson, S. (2008). The need for systematic replication and tests of validity in simulation. In Lui, L., Eck, J. (Eds.). Crime Analysis Systems: Using Computer Simulations and Geographic Information Systems ( pp.1-18). Idea Group PLC.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2007). Back to the Future: Innovation, Evaluation and Survival Analysis. In Hogard, E., Ellis, R., Warren, J. (Eds.). Community Safety: Innovation and Evaluation ( pp.285-305). Chester: UK Chester Academic Press.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2007). Burglary Prediction: Theory, Flow and Friction. In Farrell, G., Bowers, K., Johnson, S., Townsley, M. (Eds.). Innovation for Crime Prevention (21 ed. pp.203-223). CRC Press.
  • Bowers, K., Johnson, S. (2006). Implementing Crime Reduction Schemes: Lessons from the UK. In Putting Theory To Work: Implementing Situational Prevention and Problem Oriented Policing (20 ed. pp.163-197). Cullompton Willan.
  • Bowers, K., Johnson, S. D. (2005). Using Publicity for Preventative Purposes. In Tilley, N. (Ed.). Handbook of Crime Prevention: Theory, Policy and Practice ( pp.329-354). London Willian Publishing.
  • Farrell, G., Bowers, K., Johnson, S. D. (2005). Making Cost-Benefit Analysis Useful for Criminal Justice Evaluations by using a Limited Portfolio of Benefit-Cost Ratios: A Framework and an Example using Evidence from the Burglary Reduction Initiative. In Smith, M., Tilley, N. (Eds.). Crime Science: New Approaches to Preventing and Detecting Crime ( pp.56-81). Willian Publishing.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K., Pease, K. (2005). Predicting the Future or Summarising the Past? Crime Mapping as Anticipation. In Smith, M., Tilley, N. (Eds.). Launching Crime Science ( pp.145-163). London Willan. Author URL
  • Townsley, M. K., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2003). Problem orientation, problem solving and organisational change. In Knutsson, J. (Ed.). Problem-oriented policing. Crime Prevention Studies Vol. 15 (1 ed. pp.182-212). Cullompton, Devon Willan Publishing. Author URL
  • Young, C., Hirschfield, A., Bowers, K., Johnson, S. D. (2002). Evaluating Situational Crime Prevention: The Merseyside 'alleygating' schemes. In Kidner, D., Higgs, G. (Eds.). Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, Innovations in GIS 9 ( ). Taylor and Francis.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. Analyzing Common Theft Targets. In Problem-oriented Guides for Police Series ( ). US Department of Justice.
  • Hill, J., Johnson, S. D., Borrion, H. Potential uses of computer agent=based simulation modelling in the evaluation of wildlife poaching. In Situational Prevention of Poaching ( ). New York Routledge.
  • Conference

  • Johnson, S. (2007). Crime, Time and Operational Policing. Crime Hot Spots: Behavioural, Computational and Mathematical Models conference. Los Angeles Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2006). Developing Methods of Crime Forecasting. Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA) conference, Vancouver, Canada..
  • Birks, D. J., Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2005). Patterns of Crime: Theory and Investigation. 10th Annual Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, June, University of Essex, UK.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Birks, D. J., McLaughlin, L. (2005). Forecasting Future Locations of Crime:Does it work in Practice? American Society of Criminology Conference.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2005). Patterns of Crime:Theory and Investigation. Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA). Essex/UK
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Birks, D. J., McLaughlin, L. (2005). Burglary Prediction, Theory, Flow and Friction. British Society of Criminology Conference. Leeds/Uk
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2004). Evaluating Situational Crime Prevention: A Case-Study of Alley-gating. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, USA
  • Bowers, K., Johnson, S. (2004). Mapping the Future or Summarising the Past: The Effectiveness of Prospective Crime Mapping. European Society of Criminology. Amsterdam, Holland
  • Bowers, K., Johnson, S. (2004). Quantifying the Sustainability of Crime Prevention Measures. American Society of Criminology Conference. Nashville, USA
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. (2004). A test of the boost explanation of near repeats. 12th international Seminar on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis. Wellington, New Zealand
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. (2004). Crime Mapping as Anticipation. Mathematical Modelling of Criminality in the Urban Environment. EU-supported project New Emerging Trends in Applied Mathematics (NETIAM) workshop. Florence, Itlay
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2004). Publicity and Burglary Reduction. Home Office Dissemination Event. London
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Pease, K. (2004). Prospective Mapping: One Future of Crime Mapping? Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, USA
  • Johnson, S., Bowers, K. (2004). Quantifying the Sustainability of Crime Prevention Measures. European Society of Criminology. Amsterdam, Holland
  • Johnson, S., Bowers, K. J. (2004). Theory Led Crime Mapping: Towards Unification. American Society of Criminology Conference. Nashville, USA
  • Johnson, S., Bowers, K., Pease, K. (2004). Mapping the Future or Summarising the Past:the Effectiveness of Prospective Crime Mapping. Association of Geographic Information and Crime Disorder Event. Cardiff/UK
  • Newton, A., Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2004). On the Buses: An Evaluation of a Safer Travel Initiative. The Seventh Annual International Crime Mapping Research Conference. Boston, USA
  • Taylor, P. J., Johnson, S. D., Allen, T. (2004). Effects of Time Pressure and Expertise upon the Accuracy of Decision Making in Suspect Prioritisation. Fifth Society of Judgement and Decision Making Conference. Minneapolis, USA
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2003). An Evaluation of the effectiveness of Alleygates. European Society of Criminology Conference. Helsinki, Finland
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2003). The Geographical Movement of a Crime: A Consequence of Crime Prevention? Association for Geographic Information Conference. Earls Court, London
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2003). Prospective Hotspots: Some Preliminary Findings. The American Society of Criminology Conference. Denver, USA
  • Hirschfield, A., Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. (2003). Alleygating. 11th International Seminar on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis. Cincinnati, USA
  • Johnson, S. D. (2003). Repeat Victimisation: The Next Generation. The American Society of Criminology Conference. Denver, USA
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). Could Publicising Phantom Crime Prevention Activity Reduce Crime? American Society of Criminology Conference. Denver, USA
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). Isomorphic Revictimisation: The Dimensions of Risk. European Society of Criminology Conference. Helsinki, Finland
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). The Use of Statistics in Criminological Enquiry. Royal Statistical Society. London, UK
  • Newton, A. D., Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). On the Buses. An Evaluation of A Safer Travel Initiative. European Soaiety of Criminology. Helsinki, Finland
  • Pease, K., Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). Crime and the Crystal Ball. Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference. Sydney, Australia
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2002). The Burglary as Clue to the Future: The Beginnings of Prospective Hot-Spotting. British Society of Criminology Conference. Keele, UK
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2002). The Role of Publicity in Crime Prevention. European Society of Criminology Conference. Toledo, Spain
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2002). Measuring the Displacement of Crime. European Society of Criminology Conference. Toledo, Spain
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Townsley, M., Pease, K. (2002). New Directions in Repeat Victimisation Research. The American Society of Criminology. Chicago, USA
  • Kebbell, M. R., Johnson, S. D., Hatton, C. (2002). Witnesses with and without learning disabilities. British Psychology Society Annual Conference. Blackpool, UK
  • Townsley, M., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2002). Problem Orientation, Problem Solving and Organisational Change. The Problem-Oriented Policing Conference. Kleivstua, Norway
  • Hatton, C., Kebbell, M., Johnson, S. (2001). Witnesses with learning disabilities in court:impact of lawyer questioning on witness responses. British Psychology Society Centenary Annual Conference. Glasgow, UK
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2001). An Investigation into Virtual Revistimisation. American Society of Criminology Conference. Atlanta, USA
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2001). New Quantitative Techniques for Measuring the Impacts of Crime Reduction Schemes. Home Office, London, UK
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Hirschfield, A. F. G., Young, C. (2001). Findings from a Burglary Reduction Initiative Project: An Evaluation of the Liverpool SDP. 11th Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis Conference. Liverpool, UK
  • Borrion, H., GABALLA,, WAPSHOTT, C., johnson,, harvey, An empirical study of the impact of reliability values on threat assessment. NATO Institute on Collaborative Human-Centric Systems for Prediction and Detection of Maritime Piracy. NATO. [Accepted]
  • Elffers, H. Analyzing Near-repeat Patterns Produced by Various Routine Activity Type Target Choice Models, by Means of Simulation Methods. American Society of Criminology. [Accepted]
  • Johnson, S. D., Bernasco, W., Summers, L. Them Again? Same Offender Involvement in Near Repeat Burglary and Vehicle Crime Offenses in the Netherlands and UK. American Society of Criminology. [Accepted]
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K., Guerrette, R., Summers, L., Poynton, S. A Review of the Spatial Displacement and Diffusion Effects of Geographically Focused Policing Initiatives. The Stockholm Criminology Symposium. [Accepted]
  • Johnson, S. D., Thorpe, A., Sidebottom, A. Design Against Crime: Reducing the Risk of Bicycle Theft. American Society of Criminology Conference. [Accepted]
  • Kurland, J., Johnson, S. D., Tilley, N. Late Weekend Kick-Offs at Premier League Football Matches in London and their Possible link to Increased Levels of Crime and Disorder. European Society of Criminology Conference. [Accepted]
  • Rengert, G., Summers, L., Johnson, S. D. Examining Target Choices from the Offender's Persepctive. American Society of Criminology. [Accepted]
  • Sidebottom, A., Thorpe, A., Johnson, S. D. Evaluating Attempts to Design Out Bicycle Theft. European Society of Criminology Conference. [Accepted]
  • Townsley, M., Bernasco, W., Bowers, K., Elffers, H., Johnson, S. D., Ratcliffe, R., Rengert, G. The Near Repeat Phenomenon Across Crime types. American Society of Criminology. [Accepted]
  • Journal Article

  • Bouhana, N., Johnson, S. D., Porter, M. (2014). Consistency and specificity in burglars who commit prolific residential burglary: Testing the core assumptions underpinning behavioural crime linkage. Legal and Criminological Psychology Publisher URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Groff, E. (2014). Strengthening Theoretical Testing in Criminology Using Agent-based Modeling. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency doi:10.1177/0022427814531490. Publisher URL
  • Marchione, E., Johnson, S. D., Wilson, A. (2014). Modelling Maritime Piracy: A Spatial Approach. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 17(2), 9 Publisher URL
  • Sidebottom, A., Ashby, M., Johnson, S. D. (2014). Copper Cable Theft: Revisiting the Price–Theft Hypothesis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency
  • Baudains, P., Braithwaite, A., Johnson, S. D. (2013). Spatial Patterns in the 2011 London Riots. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 7(1), 21-31 doi:10.1093/police/pas049.
  • Baudains, P., Braithwaite, A., Johnson, S. D. (2013). Target choice during extreme events: A discrete spatial choice model of the 2011 london riots. Criminology March 2013 doi:10.1111/1745-9125.12004. Publisher URL
  • Baudains, P., Johnson, S. D., Braithwaite, A. (2013). Geographic patterns of diffusion in the 2011 London riots. Applied Geography 45, 211-219 doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.09.010. Publisher URL
  • Kurland, J., Johnson, S. D., Tilley, N. (2013). Offenses around Stadiums: A Natural Experiment on Crime Attraction and Generation. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency doi:10.1177/0022427812471349.
  • Kurland, J., Johnson, S., Tilley, N. (2013). Offenses around Stadiums: A Natural Experiment on Crime Attraction and Generation. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency , 1-24 doi:10.1177/0022427812471349.
  • Marchione, E., Johnson, S. D. (2013). Spatial, Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Maritime Piracy. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 50(4), 504-524 doi:10.1177/0022427812469113.
  • Braithwaite, A., Johnson, S. D. (2012). Space-Time Modeling of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Iraq. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 28(1), 31-48 doi:10.1007/s10940-011-9152-8.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Pease, K. (2012). Towards the Modest Predictability of Daily Burglary Counts. Policing 6(2), 167-176 doi:10.1093/police/pas013.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Guerette, R., Summers, L., Poynton, S. (2011). Campbell Collaboration Systematic Review: Spatial displacement and diffusion of benefits among geographically focused policing initiatives. , 2011:3 doi:10.4073/csr.20011.3. Publisher URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Guerette, R., Summers, L., Poynton, S. (2011). Spatial displacement and diffusion of benefits among geographically focused policing initiatives: a meta-analytical review. Journal of Experimental Criminology 7(4), 347-374
  • Pitcher, A., Johnson, S. D. (2011). Exploring Theories of Victimization Using a Mathematical Model of Burglary. Research in Crime and Delinquency [Accepted]
  • Sidebottom, A., Belur, J., Bowers, K., Tompson, L., Johnson, S. (2011). Theft in Price-Volatile Markets: On the Relationship between Copper Price and Copper Theft. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48(3), 396-418 doi:10.1177/0022427810393021. Author URL Publisher URL
  • Berestycki, H., Johnson, S. D., Ockendon, J., Primicerio, M. (2010). Foreword to the special issue of EJAM on crime modelling. European Journal of Applied Mathematics 21, 271-274
  • Hepenstal, S., Johnson, S. D. (2010). The concentration of cash-in-transit robbery. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 12(4), 263-282 Publisher URL
  • Johnson, S. D. (2010). A brief history of the analysis of crime concentration. EUR J APPL MATH 21(4-5), 349-370 doi:10.1017/S0956792510000082.
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2010). Permeability and Burglary Risk: Are Cul-de-Sacs Safer? Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26(1), 89-111
  • Kebbell, M., Evans, L., Johnson, S. D. (2010). The Influence of Lawyers' Questions on Witness Accuracy, Confidence and Reaction Times and on Mock Jurors' Interpretation of Witness Accuracy. Journal of Investigative and Offender Profiling , 261-271 Publisher URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Summers, L., Pease, K. (2009). Offender as Forager? A Direct Test of the Boost Account of Victimization. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25(2), 181-200 doi:10.1007/s10940-008-9060-8. Author URL
  • Sidebottom, A., Johnson, S. D., Thorpe, A. (2009). Using Targeted Publicity to Reduce Opportunities for Bicycle Theft A Demonstration and Replication. European Journal of Criminology 6(3), 267-286 doi:10.1177/1477370809102168. Author URL
  • Sidebottom, A., Johnson, S. D., Thorpe, A. (2009). Using targeted publicity to reduce opportunities for bicycle theft: A demonstration and replication. European Journal of Criminology 6(3), 267-286
  • Bowers, K. J., Lab, S., Johnson, S. D. (2008). Evaluating Crime Prevention Using Survival Analysis. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 2(2), 218-225
  • Johnson, S. D. (2008). Repeat burglary victimisation: A tale of two theories. Journal of Experimental Criminology 4, 215-240
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Lab, S. (2008). The Stability of Crime Hotspots: Identification and Differentiation. Built Environment 34(1), 32-45
  • Townsley, M., Johnson, S., Ratcliffe, J. (2008). Space Time Dynamics of Insurgent Activity in Iraq. The Security Journal 21(3), 139-146
  • Johnson, S. D., Bernasco, W., Bowers, K., Elffers, H., Ratcliffe, J., Rengert, G., Townsley, M. (2007). Space-time patterns of risk: A cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 23(3), 201-209 doi:10.1007/s10940-007-9025-3. Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Birks, D., McLoughlin, L., Bowers, K., Pease, K. (2007). Prospective Mapping in Operational Context. Home Office Online Report London
  • McLaughlin, L., Johnson, S. D., Birks, D., Bowers, K. J., Pease, K. (2007). Police perceptions of the long- and shortterm spatial distribution of residential burglary. International Journal of Police Science and Management 9(2), 99-111
  • Sagovsky, A., Johnson, S. (2007). When does repeat burglary victimisation occur? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 40(1), 1-26
  • Summers, L., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2007). El Robo de (Objetos en) Vehiculos y su Contagio a traves del Espacio y el Tempo: Aplicaciones de tecnicas epidemiologicas. [The contagion of theft of and theft from motor vehicles: Applications of epidemiological techniques.]. Revista Electronica de Investigacion Criminologica 5(1), 1-22
  • Smith, C., Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2006). Understanding Bag Theft Within Licensed Premises in Westminster: Identifying Initial Steps Towards Prevention. The Security Journal 19(1), 3-21 doi:10.1057/Palgrave.sj.8350006. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2005). Domestic Burglary Repeats and Space-Time Clusters: The Dimensions of Risk. European Journal of Criminology 2(1), 67-92 doi:10.1177/1477370805048631. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2005). Victimisation risk, housing type and area: the ecological fallacy lives! Crime Prevention and Community Safety 7(1), 7-17 doi:10.5555/crpr.2005.7.1.7. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2004). Who commits near repeats? A test of the boost explanation. Western Criminology Review 5(3), 12-24 Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Hirschfield, A. (2004). The measurement of crime prevention intensity and its impact on levels of crime. BRIT J CRIMINOL 44(3), 419-440
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2004). Closing off Opportunities for Crime: An Evaluation of Alley-gating. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10(4), 283-308 doi:10.1007/s10610-005-5502-0. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Pease, K. (2004). Prospective hot-spotting - The future of crime mapping? British Journal of Criminology 44(5), 641-658 doi:10.1093/bjc/azh036. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. J. (2004). A Test of the Boost explanation of Near Repeats. Western Criminology Review 5(3), 12-24 Author URL
  • Hirschfield, A., Johnson, S., Bowers, K. (2004). Inter-relationships between Perceptions of Safety, Anti-social Behaviour and Security Measures in Disadvantaged Areas. The Security Journal 17(1), 9-19 Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. (2004). The stability of space-time clusters of burglary. British Journal of Criminology 44(1), 55-65 doi:10.1093/bjc/44.1.55. Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2004). The Burglary as Clue to the Future: The Beginnings of Prospective Hot-Spotting. European Journal of Criminology 1(2), 237-255 doi:10.1177/1477370804041252. Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Jordan, P., Mallender, J., Davidson, N., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2004). Estimating crime reduction outcomes: How many crimes were prevented? Evaluation 10(3), 327-348 doi:10.1177/1356389004048281. Author URL
  • Kebbell, M. R., Hatton, C., Johnson, S. D. (2004). Witnesses with intellectual disabilities in court: What questions are asked and what influence do they have? Legal and Criminological Psychology 9, 23-35 Author URL
  • Newton, A. D., Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2004). Crime on bus routes: an evaluation of a safer travel initiative. Policing: an International Journal of Policing Strategies and Management 27(3), 302-319 Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2003). Measuring the Geographical Displacement and Diffusion of Benefit Effects of Crime Prevention Activity. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 19(3), 275-301 doi:10.1023/A:1024909009240.
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2003). Measuring the geographical displacement of crime. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 19(3), 275-301 doi:10.1023/A:1024909009240. Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D. (2003). Spreading the word: the role of publicity in crime prevention. , 272 London Author URL
  • Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2003). Pushing back the boundaries: new techniques for assessing the impact of burglary schemes. London Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). OPPORTUNITY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: THE ROLE OF PUBLICITY IN CRIME PREVENTION. Criminology and Criminal Policy 2(3), 497-524 doi:10.1111/j.1745-9133.2003.tb00011.x. Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J. (2003). Spreading the word: the role of publicity in crime prevention. Home Office Research Findings 213 Author URL
  • O'Kelly, C. M. E., Kebbell, M. R., Hatton, C., Johnson, S. D. (2003). Judicial intervention in court cases involving witnesses with and without learning disabilities. Legal and Criminological Psychology 8(2), 229-240 Author URL
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2002). Introduction to the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis special edition. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 4(1), 7-10
  • Kebbell, M. R., Johnson, S. D., Froyland, I., Ainsworth, M. (2002). The influence of belief that a car crashed on witnesses? estimates of civilian and police car speed. Journal of Psychology 136(6), 597-608
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K. J., Young, C., Hirschfield, A. F. G. (2001). Uncovering the True Picture: Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives Using Disaggregate Crime Data. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 3(4), 7-24
  • Johnson, S. D., Downes, J. J., Kebbell, M. (2001). The Relationship Between Aging, Metamemory and the Frontal Lobes. Brain and Cognition 47, 159-162
  • Johnson, S. D., Loxley, C. (2001). Installing Alley-gates: Practical Lessons from Burglary Prevention Projects. Home Office Briefing Note (2(1)) London
  • Kebbell, M., Hatton, C., Johnson, S. D., O'Kelly, C. M. E. (2001). People with Learning Disabilities as Witnesses in Court: How do Questions influence Answers. British Journal of Learning Disabilities , 1-5
  • Kebbell, M., Johnson, S. D. (2001). Some Experimental Influences of Confusing Lawyers Questions on Witness Confidence and Accuracy. Law and Human Behavior 24(6), 629-641
  • Bowers, K., Hirschfield, A., Johnson, S. D. (1998). Victimization revisited: A case study of non-residential repeat burglary on merseyside. British Journal of Criminology 38(3), 429-452
  • Johnson, S. D., Bowers, K., Hirschfield, A. (1997). NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF REPEAT VICTIMIZATION. British Journal of Criminology 37(2), 224-241
  • Report

  • Johnson, S. D., Summers, L., Pease, K. (2006). Vehicle crime: Communicating spatial and temporal patterns.
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  • Johnson, S., Birks, D., McLaughlin, L., Bowers, K., Pease, K. (2007). Prospective mapping in operational context. Home Office. [Submitted]
  • Johnson, S. D. (2004). Burglary Prediction Method. [Submitted]
  • Johnson, S. D. (2004). ITN Lunchtime News - Burglary Prediction Method. [Submitted]
  • Johnson, S. J. (2004). BBC Local Radio North East - Burglary Prediction Method. [Submitted]