Session 166: RC3 -> The Spatial Context of Criminal Choices
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-California W
Session Chair: Paul J. Brantingham, Simon Fraser University
Routine Activities and Foraging Theory: The Influence of Motivation on Size of Criminal Hunting Area
by: D. Kim Rossmo, Vancouver Police Department (Corresponding)
A Concentration Analysis of Arsons in the Downtown Core of Winnipeg, Manitoba
by: Terry Whin-Yates, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Chris Giles, Simon Fraser University
A Spatial Analysis of Calls for Police Service in Vancouver, British Columbia
by: Brian Kinney, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
A Conceptual Model for Anticipating Crime Displacement: Rational Choices in Context
by: Patricia L. Brantingham, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Paul J. Brantingham, Simon Fraser University

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