Professor Shane Johnson

Professor

Address: UCL Department of Security and Crime Science, 35 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9EZ
Phone No: +44 (0)20 3108 3204
Fax No: +44 (0)20 3108 3088
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Shane Johnson

Shane D Johnson is a Professor and Deputy Head of Department at the UCL Department for Security and Crime Science. He was previously a lecturer in Forensic Psychology and before that a senior research fellow at the University of Liverpool. He has worked within the fields of criminology and forensic psychology for over 10 years, and has particular interests in complex systems, patterns of crime and insurgent activity, maritime piracy, civil violence, event forecasting, and design against crime. He has conducted work for a variety of sponsors including the AHRC, EPSRC, Home Office, UK police forces, the Department for the Environment & Rural Affairs (Defra), Department for Education & Skills (DfES) and British Academy.  He is currently a co-investigator on the £2.8M EPSRC funded project ENFOLD, which is a collaboration between academics across UCL, led by Sir Alan Wilson in the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis.

He has published over 70 papers within the fields of criminology and forensic psychology in journals including the Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Criminology and Public Policy, the British Journal of Criminology, and Law and Human Behavior. He recently guest edited a special edition of the European Journal of Applied Mathematics, an international journal concerned with Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis, has edited a book on crime prevention and has co-authored two Problem Oriented Policing guides published by the US Department of Justice. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal Legal and Criminological Psychology, and is also on the editorial boards of the Encyclopedia of Victimology & Crime Prevention (edited by Bonnie Fisher and Steven P. Lab), and the Journals of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and Crime Patterns and Analysis.

For downloadable versions of manuscripts (where available), see the UCL Discovery web page for Dr Johnson.

Edited Collections

Farrell, G. Bowers, K., Johnson, S.D., and Townsley, M. (Eds.) (2007). Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honour of Ken Pease. Crime Prevention studies Volume 21, New York: CRC Press.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., & Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2002). Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA) special edition. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International (Guest Ed.s), 4(1).

Book Chapters

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2012). Contrasting Hotspots: Did the Opportunists Make the Heat. In G. Farrell and N. Tilley (Eds.) The Reasoning Criminologist: Essays in honour of Ronald V. Clarke. New York: Routledge.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., and Guerrette, R. (2012). Crime Displacement and Diffusion of Benefits: A Review of Situational Crime Prevention Measures. In B. Welsh and D. Farrington (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, in press.

Johnson, S.D. (2010). Prospective Mapping. In B. Fisher and S. Lab (Eds.) Encyclopedia on Victimology and Crime Prevention. Sage.

Johnson, S.D., Gamman, L., Bowers, K.J., Mamerow, L., and Warne, A. (2010). Preventing Bag Theft in Cafes and Bars. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police Problem-Specific Guides Series Guide, US Department of Justice. Washington.

Summers, L., Johnson, S.D., and Rengert, G. (2010). The Use of Maps in Offender Interviews. In W. Bernasco (Ed.) Offender on Offending: Learning About Crime from Criminals. Cullompton: Willan.

Johnson, S.D., and Braithwaite, A. (2009). Spatio-Temporal Modelling of Insurgency in Iraq. Crime Prevention Studies Vol 25, in press

Thorpe, A., Gamman, L., Ekblom, P., Johnson, S., Sidebottom, A. and Willcocks, M. (in press). Bike Off 2 - Catalysing anti theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st century: An Open Innovation research approach. In Inns, T. (Eds). /Designing for the 21^st Century – Interdisciplinary Methods and Understanding/. Gower Ashgate Publishers, London

Johnson, S.D. (2009). Potential Uses of Computational Methods in the Evaluation of Crime Reduction Activity. In Knuttson, J., and Tilley, N. (Eds.) Evaluating Crime Prevention New York: Criminal Justice Press.

Thorpe, A., Sidebottom, A. and Johnson, S. (2010). The Impact of Seven Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands on Opportunities for Bicycle Theft. To appear in P. Ekblom (eds.), Designing out crime from products: towards research-based practice. Crime Prevention Studies. Monsey: Criminal Justice Press.

Johnson, S.D., Sidebottom, A., and Thorpe, A. (2008). Bicycle Theft. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police Problem-Specific Guides Series Guide No. 52. US Department of Justice. Washington.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., Birks, D. and Pease, K. (2008). Predictive Mapping of Crime by ProMap: Accuracy, Units of Analysis and the Environmental Backcloth, Weisburd, D. , W. Bernasco and G. Bruinsma (Eds) Putting Crime in its Place: Units of Analysis in Spatial Crime Research, New York: Springer.

Townsley, M., and Johnson, S.D (2008). The Need for Systematic Replication and tests of Validity in Simulation. In L Lui and J Eck (Eds.) Crime Analysis Systems: Using Computer Simulations and Geographic Information Systems. Idea Group PLC.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2007). Burglary Prediction: Theory, Flow and Friction. In Graham Farrell, Kate Bowers, Shane D Johnson and Michael Townsley (Eds.), Crime Prevention Studies Volume 21. New York: CRC Press.

Bowers, K.J, and Johnson, S.D. (2006). Implementing Crime Reduction Schemes: Lessons from the UK. In Johannes Knutsson and Ronald Clarke (Eds.) Crime Prevention Studies Volume 20, 163-197. New York: CRC Press.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K. and Pease, K. (2005). Predicting the Future or Summarising the Past? Crime Mapping as Anticipation In Melissa Smith and Nick Tilley (Eds.) Crime Science: New Approaches to Preventing and Detecting Crime, 145-163. London: Willan.

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 Melissa Smith and Nick Tilley (Eds.) Crime Science: New Approaches to Preventing and Detecting Crime, 56-81. London: Willan.

Bowers, K., & Johnson, S.D. (2005). Using Publicity for Preventive Purposes, In Nick Tilley (Ed.) Handbook of Crime Prevention: Theory, Policy and Practice. London: Willan.

Young, C., Hirschfield, A., Bowers, K., and Johnson, S.D. (2002). Evaluating situational crime prevention: the Merseyside 'alleygating' schemes. In D. Kidner and G. Higgs (Ed.s) Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, Innovations in GIS 9. Taylor and Francis.

Peer-Review Journal Articles

Braithwaite, A., and Johnson, S.D. (2012). Space-time modeling of insurgency and counterinsurgency in Iraq. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 28(1), 31-48.

Bowers, K, Johnson, S.D., Guerette, R.T., Summers, L. and 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., and Johnson, S.D. (2011). Examining Theories of Victimization Using a Mathematical Model.  Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, in press.

Sidebottom, A., Belur, J., Bowers, K.J., Tompson, L., and Johnson, S.D. (2011) Theft in price-volatile markets: On the relationship between copper price and copper theft. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, in press.

Hepenstal, S., and Johnson, S.D. (2010).  The Spatial Concentration of Cash in Transit Robbery. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 12: 263-282

Johnson, S.D. (2010). A Brief History of Crime Concentration.  European Journal of Applied Mathematics, 21(4/5): 349-370.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2010). Permeability and Crime Risk: Are Cul-de-sacs Safer? Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 26, 113-138.

Kebbell, M., Evans, L., and 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 Psychology and Offender Profiling, 7(3): 262-272.

Johnson, S.D., Summers, L., Pease, K. (2009). Offender as Forager? A Direct Test of the Boost Account of Victimization. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 25,181-200.

Sidebottom, A., Johnson, S. D. and Thorpe, A. (2009). Using targeted publicity to reduce opportunities for bicycle theft: A demonstration and replication. European Journal of Criminology, 6, 267-286.

Johnson, S.D. (2008). Repeat Burglary Victimization: A Tale of Two Theories. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 4, 215-240.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., and Lab, S. (2008). The Stability of Crime Hotspots: Identification and Differentiation. Built Environment, 34(1), 32-45.

Bowers, K.J., Lab, S., and Johnson, S.D. (2008). Evaluating Crime Prevention Using Survival Analysis. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 2(2), 218-225

Townsley, M.T., Johnson, S.D., and Ratcliffe, J.R. (2008). Space-Time Dynamics of Insurgent Activity in Iraq. Security Journal, 21(3), 139-146.

Johnson, S.D., Birks., D, McLaughlin, L., Bowers, K.J., and Pease, K. (2007). Prospective Mapping in Operational Context. Home Office Online Report 19/07. Home Office: London.

Johnson, S.D., Bernasco, W., Bowers, K.J., Elffers, H., Ratcliffe, J., Rengert, G., and Townsley, M.T. (2007). Near Repeats: A Cross National Assessment of Residential Burglary. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 23(3), 201-219.

Summers,L. Johnson, S.D. and Pease, K. (2007). El Robo de (Objetos en) Vehículos y su Contagio a través del Espacio y el Tiempo: Aplicaciones de técnicas epidemiológicas. Revista Electronica de Investigacion Criminologica, 5(1), 1-22.

Sagovsky, A., and Johnson, S.D. (2007). When Does Repeat Victimisation Occur? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 40(1), 1-26.

McLaughlin, L., Johnson, S.D., Birks, D., Bowers, K.J., and Pease, K. (2007). Police Perceptions of the Long and Short Term Spatial Distribution of Residential Burglary. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 9(2), 99-111.

Smith, C., Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2006). Understanding Theft within Licensed Premises: Identifying Initial Steps Towards Prevention. Security Journal, 19(1), 1-19.

Bowers, K.J., Johnson, S.D., and Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2005). Closing off Opportunities for Crime: An Evaluation of Alley-gating. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 10(4), 285-308.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2005). Domestic burglary repeats and space-time clusters: the dimensions of risk. European Journal of Criminology, 2(1), 67-92.

Bowers, K.J., Johnson, S.D., and Pease, K. (2005). Victimisation risk, housing type and area: the ecological fallacy lives! Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal,7(1), 7-18.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2004). A Test of the Boost explanation of Near Repeats. Western Criminology Review, 5(3), 12-24.

Johnson, S.D., and 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.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2004). The stability of space-time clusters of burglary. The British Journal of Criminology, 44(1), 55-65.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., Jordan, P., Mallender, J., Davidson, N., and Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2004). Estimating crime reduction outcomes: How many crimes were prevented? Evaluation: the International Journal of Research and Practice, 10(3), 327-348.

Bowers, K.J., Johnson, S.D., and Pease, K. (2004). Prospective Hot-spotting: The Future of Crime Mapping? The British Journal of Criminology, 44(5), 641-658.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D., and Hirschfield, A.F.G (2004). The measurement of crime prevention intensity and its impact on levels of crime. The British Journal of Criminology, 44(3), 1-22.

Hirschfield, A., Johnson. S. and 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.

Newton, A., Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2004) On the Buses, an Evaluation of Safer Travel Initiative. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management. 27(3), 302-319.

Kebbell, M.R., Hatton, C., and 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.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2003). Spreading the Word: The Role of Publicity in Crime Prevention. Home Office Research Findings 213. London: Home Office.

Bowers, K.J. and Johnson, S.D. (2003). Measuring the Geographical Displacement of Crime. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 19(3), 275-301.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2003). Spreading the Word: The Role of Publicity in Crime Prevention. Home Office Research Study 272. London: Home Office.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2003). Opportunity is in the eye of the beholder: The role of publicity in crime prevention. Criminology and Public Policy, 2(3), 201-228.

Bowers, K.J., Johnson, S.D., and Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2003). Pushing Back the Boundaries: New Techniques for Assessing the Impact of Burglary Schemes. Home Office Online report 24/03. Home Office: London.

Townsley, M., Johnson, S.D. and Pease, K. (2003). Problem orientation, problem solving and organisational change. Crime Prevention Studies, 15, 183-212.

O’Kelly, C.M.E., Kebbell, M.R., Hatton, C. and Johnson, S.D. (2003). Judicial intervention in court cases involving witnesses with and without learning disabilities. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 8, 229-240.

Kebbell, M.R., Johnson, S.D., Froyland, I., Ainsworth, M. (2002). The influence of Belief That a Car Crashed on Witnesses’s Estimates on Civillian and Police car Speed. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 136(6). 597-607.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., and Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2002). Introduction to the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA) special edition. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, 4(1), 7-10.

Kebbell, M.R., Hatton, C., Johnson, S.D. and O’Kelly, C.M.E. (2001). People with learning disabilities as witnesses in court: How questions influence answers. British Journal Of Learning Disabilities, 29, 1-5. ISSN 1354-4187.

Johnson, S.D., Downes, J.J., and Kebbell, M.R. (2001). The Relationship between Aging, Metamemory and the Frontal Lobes. Brain and Cognition, 47, 159-162.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., Young, C.A., and Hirschfield, A.F.G. (2001). Uncovering the True Picture: Evaluating Crime Reduction Initiatives using Disaggregate Crime Data. Crime a Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, 3(4),7-24.

Johnson, S.D., and Loxley, C. (2001). Installing Alley-gates: Practical lessons from burglary Prevention projects, Home Office Briefing Note 2(1).

Kebbell, M.R., and Johnson S. D. (2000). Some experimental influences of confusing lawyers’ questions on witness confidence and accuracy. Law and Human Behavior, 24(6),629-641.

Bowers, K.J., Hirschfield, A, and Johnson, S.D. (1998). Victimization Revisited: A Case Study of Non-Residential Repeat Burglary on Merseyside, The British Journal of Criminology, 38(3), 429-452.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K., and Hirschfield, A. (1997). New Insights into the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Repeat Victimisation. The British Journal of Criminology, 37(2), 224-244.

Johnson, S.D. (2012). Review of Spatial Displacement of Crime. National Police Improvement Agency High Potential Development Scheme Masterclass. Bramshill, UK, February 2012.

Johnson, S.D. & Bowers, K.J. (2012). What’s the cost of predicting burglary? Society for Evidence Based Policing Winter Conference 2012, Cardiff, UK, February 2012.

Johnson, S.D (2011). Measuring Repeat and Near Repeat Victimization. Invited Presentation at the International Crime and Intelligence Analysis Conference. November, Manchester, UK.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2011). Predictive Crime Mapping. Conference on Evidence Based Policing, Cambridge, UK. July 2011.

Johnson, S.D. (2010). Are Cul-de-sacs safer? Invited presentation at the Association of Chief Police Officers Secured by Design Annual Conference, Nottingham, UK. Jan 2010.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2009). Permeability and Crime Risk: Are Cul-de-Sacs safer? Invited presentation at the Crime and Place workshop, Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy, George Mason University, Washington, USA. April 2009.

Johnson, S.D. (2008). Offender as Forager: Regularities in Offender Targeting Strategies. Invited Keynote at the Home Office Burglary Symposium. October, London.

Johnson, S.D. (2008). Introducing the COPS guide. Presented at the Putting the Brakes on Bike Theft: Multi-agency Delivery of a Secure Cycling City seminar. Barbican, London, October 3rd.

Summers, L., Johnson, S.D., and Rengert, G.F. (2008). The Use of Maps in Offender Interviewing. Invited presentation at a conference entitled Offenders on Offending: How do we Learn from Criminals about Criminal Choices?. Leiden, Netherlands, October 2008.

Johnson, S.D. (2008). Repeat Victimisation and the Space-time Dynamics of Crime. Invited Keynote at Mathematical Models for Criminality in Urban areas Workshop. Pisa, Italy, April 2008.

Johnson, S.D. (2008). The Use of Computational Methods in Evaluation. Invited presentation at a conference on Evaluation, funded by the Norwegian National Police Directorate. Stavern, Norway, May 2008.

Johnson, S.D. (2007). Extending the Concept: What have Crime and Diseases got in Common? Invited presentation at the Repeat Victimisation: Where it’s at Now conference at West Yorkshire Police Training School, Wakefield, October 17.

Johnson, S.D. (2007). Stable and Fluid Hotspots of Crime: Differentiation and Visualisation. Invited presentation at the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis seminar, July, London, UK.

Johnson, S.D. (2007). Crime Mapping: Capturing and Responding to Crime Hotspots. Invited presentation at the International Conference on Crime Reduction: Exploring Leading Practices in Banff, Alberta Canada Oct 9-11.

Thorpe, A., Johnson, S.D., and Sidebottom, A. (2007). Responses to Bike Theft: Design, Responses and Evaluation. Invited presentation at the Transport and Security: The real Issues for 2025 conference at the University of Arts, London, 4 September.

Johnson, S.D. (2007) New European Initiatives in International Crime Studies. Invited international presentation at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, June, Geneva.

Johnson, S.D. (2007). Crime, Time and Operational Policing. Invited presentation at the Crime Hot Spots: Behavioural, Computational and Mathematical Models conference, Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics conference UCLA, February, Los Angeles, USA.

Johnson, S.D. (2007). Themed lectures on the Mathematical Modelling of Key Societal Issues. Invited Lighthill Institute of Mathematical Sciences Lecture, February, London.

Johnson, S.D. (2006). What do Crime and Diseases have in Common and How Does this help Predict the Future Locations of Crime? Invited UCL Lunch time lecture. November, London.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2006). The Role of the Environmental Backcloth in Crime Forecasting. Invited international presentation at a workshop organised by the Netherlands Centre for the Study of Crime and Law enforcement and Professor David Weisburd. Leiden, Netherlands. August, 2006.

Johnson, S.D. and Bowers, K.J. (2006). Developing Methods of Crime Forecasting. Invited presentation at the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA) conference, July, Vancouver, Canada.

Bowers, K.J, and Johnson, S.D. (2005). Implementing Crime Reduction Schemes: Lessons from the UK. Invited international presentation at the Conference on the Implementation of Crime Prevention. May, Stavern, Norway.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2004). Predicting Future Burglary Patterns and the Dimensions of Risk. Invited presentation at Temple University. November, Philadelphia, USA.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2004). Forecasting Future Crime Patterns. Invited presentation at the EPSRC funded Surveillance, Evaluation, Research, Validation, and Exploitation network seminar, November, Bristol, UK,

Johnson, S.D. and Bowers, K. (2004) A test of the boost explanation of near repeats. Invited presentation at the 12th International Seminar on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis, July, Wellington, New Zealand.

Johnson, S. (2004) Mapping the future or Summarising the past: The effectiveness of prospective crime mapping. Invited presentation at the national AGI Crime and Disorder event, September. Cardiff, UK.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K. (2004). Crime Mapping as anticipation. Invited international presentation at the Mathematical Modelling of Criminality in the Urban Environment. EU-supported project New Emerging Trends In Applied Mathematics (NETIAM) workshop. June, 2004, Florence, Italy.

Johnson, S.D. (2004). Repeat Victimisation and the Communicability of Risk. Invited presentation to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. March. Albany, USA.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., & Pease, K. (2004). Recent hotspot research and its practical implications. Invited presentation at a Home Office Dissemination Event, March, London.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2004). Publicity and Burglary Reduction. Invited presentation at a Home Office Dissemination Event, March, London.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2004). Publicity and Burglary Reduction. Invited presentation at a Home Office Dissemination Event, January , York.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., and Pease, K. (2004). Recent hotspot research and its practical implications. Invited presentation at a Home Office Dissemination Event, January, York.

Bowers, K.J., & Johnson, S.D. (2003). Publicity and Burglary Reduction. Invited presentation at a Home Office Dissemination Event, December, Old Trafford Manchester.

Pease, K., Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K. (2003). Crime and the Crystal Ball. Keynote address at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference, Sydney, Australia.

Johnson, S.D., Bowers, K.J., and Pease, K. (2003). Recent hotspot research and its practical implications. Invited presentation at a national Home Office Dissemination Event, December, Old Trafford Manchester.

Bowers, K.J., and Johnson, S.D. (2003). The geographical movement of crime: A consequence of crime prevention? Invited paper presented at the Association for Geographic Information Conference 2003, September, London Earls Court.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2003). The use of statistics in Criminological Enquiry. Invited presentation to the Royal Statistical Society. May, London.

Townsley, M., Johnson, S.D., and Pease, K. (2002). Problem orientation, problem solving and organisational change. Invited paper presented at The problem-oriented policing conference, April, Kleivstua, Norway.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2001). New quantitative techniques for measuring the impacts of crime reduction schemes. Invited presentation at the Home Office, September, London.

Johnson, S.D., and Bowers, K.J. (2001). Crime and disorder audits. Invited Presentation for Government Office North West, July, Lancaster.

Johnson, S.D. (2000). Repeat crimes against individuals, Invited presentation to the Tokyo Environmental criminology group, Takushoku University, Tokyo, Japan.

Johnson, S.D. & Bowers, K.J. (2000). Measuring the displacement of crime. Invited national presentation to NACRO and Crime Concern, Government Office, Manchester.

Johnson, S.D. & Bowers, K.J. (2000). Repeat victimisation: An investigation into crimes against the person. Invited presentation at the 10th Environmental Criminology and Crime analysis conference. June, Perth, Australia.

I supervise students with a range of interests, examples including:

- The location of drug markets and the configuration of the street network

- The role of situational factors in murder

- The spread of conflict across geographical borders

- Mathematical models of crime

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