Session 523: RC5 -> Situational Crime Prevention and Offender Decision Making
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Sussex
Session Chair: David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University and Police Foundation
Displacement and Diffusion of Crime Control Benefits: Observations From a Controlled Study
by: David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University and Police Foundation (Corresponding)
Justin T. Ready, Police Foundation
Rosann Greenspan, Police Foundation
John Eck, University of Cincinnati
Frank Gajewski, Jersey City Police Department
Incorporating Crime Into the Architectural Design and Planning Process: The "Brantingham Method" of Neighbourhood Crime Study
by: Mary Beth Rondeau, University of British Columbia (Corresponding)
The Effect of Offender-oriented Publicity in Rational Choice and Situational Crime Prevention
by: Emmanuel Barthe, Jersey City Police Department (Corresponding)
Integrating Sanction Celerity and Impulsivity: A Behavioral Economic Approach
by: Greg Pogarsky, University of Arizona (Corresponding)
Perceptual Stability Among Early Offenders: Deterrence Theory Revisited
by: Justin W. Patchin, Michigan State University (Corresponding)

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