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  1. Since the pioneering early studies of the 1990s hinted at its promise as a research method, virtual reality (VR) technology has increasingly been used by social scientists. Given recent developments that have ...

    Authors: Jean-Louis van Gelder, Marco Otte and Eva C Luciano
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:10
  2. Emerging technologies such as broadband services and mobile and wireless technologies create not only benefits for the community but also risks (Choo, Smith, McCusker 78: iii, 2007). The implications of these ...

    Authors: Bas Stottelaar, Jeroen Senden and Lorena Montoya
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:8
  3. There is a broad consensus that the Internet has greatly expanded possibilities for traditional transit crimes such as wildlife trafficking. However, the extent to which the Internet is exploited by criminals ...

    Authors: Anita Lavorgna
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:5
  4. Driving a taxicab remains one of the most dangerous occupations in the United States, with leading homicide rates. Although safety equipment designed to reduce robberies exists, it is not clear what effect it ...

    Authors: Cammie Chaumont Menéndez, Harlan Amandus, Parisa Damadi, Nan Wu, Srinivas Konda and Scott Hendricks
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:4
  5. There is growing awareness of the increasing scope, scale, and threat of product counterfeiting. Awareness is also growing for the drafting of countermeasures that specifically address deceptive and non-decept...

    Authors: John Spink, Douglas C Moyer, Hyeonho Park and Justin A Heinonen
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:3
  6. Bayesian approaches to police decision support offer an improvement upon more commonly used statistical approaches. Common approaches to case decision support often involve using frequencies from cases similar...

    Authors: Jared C Allen
    Citation: Crime Science 2014 3:7
  7. A fundamental issue in crime prevention is the efficient deployment of resources and the effective targeting of interventions, both of which require some form of prediction of future crime. One crime for which...

    Authors: Toby P Davies and Steven R Bishop
    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:10
  8. With the growing interest in the use of crime scripts and attack scenarios for the development of control measures comes the need for more systematic scripting methods. Information about those sequences of act...

    Authors: Hervé Borrion
    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:6
  9. Many studies have sought to explain the major crime declines experienced in most advanced countries. Key hypotheses relate to: lead poisoning; abortion legalization; drug markets; demographics; policing number...

    Authors: Graham Farrell
    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:5
  10. A new method of material identification has been developed utilising pixellated X-ray diffraction (PixD) to probe the molecular structure of hidden items. Since each material has a unique structure, this techn...

    Authors: Daniel O’Flynn, Hemant Desai, Caroline B Reid, Christiana Christodoulou, Matthew D Wilson, Matthew C Veale, Paul Seller, Daniel Hills, Ben Wong and Robert D Speller
    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:4
  11. More than 63,000 cars were reported stolen in Los Angeles in 2003–04. However, the distribution of thefts across car types is very uneven. Some cars types such as the Honda Civic were stolen at much higher fre...

    Authors: P Jeffrey Brantingham
    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:3
  12. This paper describes the work undertaken over many years by the author and colleagues concerning the role of opportunity in crime. The work began in the early 1970s in the Home Office Research Unit, the British g...

    Authors: Ronald V Clarke
    Citation: Crime Science 2012 1:3

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