Shane D Johnson
Shane D Johnson
Professor Security and Crime Science, University College London
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Space–time patterns of risk: a cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization
SD Johnson, W Bernasco, KJ Bowers, H Elffers, J Ratcliffe, G Rengert, ...
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 23 (3), 201-219, 2007
3792007
Prospective Hot-Spotting: The Future of Crime Mapping?
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson, K Pease
British journal of criminology 44 (5), 641-658, 2004
3732004
The burglary as clue to the future: The beginnings of prospective hot-spotting
SD Johnson, KJ Bowers
European Journal of Criminology 1 (2), 237-255, 2004
3022004
Permeability and burglary risk: Are cul-de-sacs safer?
SD Johnson, KJ Bowers
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (1), 89-111, 2010
2772010
Measuring the geographical displacement and diffusion of benefit effects of crime prevention activity
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 19 (3), 275-301, 2003
2682003
Structure of an electron transfer complex: methylamine dehydrogenase, amicyanin, and cytochrome c551i
L Chen, RC Durley, FS Mathews, VL Davidson
Science 264 (5155), 86-90, 1994
2661994
The stability of space-time clusters of burglary
SD Johnson, KJ Bowers
British Journal of Criminology 44 (1), 55-65, 2004
2572004
Domestic burglary repeats and space-time clusters: The dimensions of risk
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson
European journal of criminology 2 (1), 67-92, 2005
2532005
New insights into the spatial and temporal distribution of repeat victimization
SD Johnson, K Bowers, A Hirschfield
The British Journal of Criminology 37 (2), 224-241, 1997
2291997
Offender as forager? A direct test of the boost account of victimization
SD Johnson, L Summers, K Pease
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25 (2), 181-200, 2009
2042009
Repeat burglary victimisation: a tale of two theories
SD Johnson
Journal of Experimental Criminology 4 (3), 215-240, 2008
1732008
Spatial displacement and diffusion of benefits among geographically focused policing initiatives: a meta-analytical review
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson, RT Guerette, L Summers, S Poynton
Journal of Experimental Criminology 7 (4), 347-374, 2011
1722011
Space time dynamics of insurgent activity in Iraq
M Townsley, SD Johnson, JH Ratcliffe
Security Journal 21 (3), 139-146, 2008
1572008
Who Commits Near Repeats? A Test of the Boost Explanation.
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson
Western Criminology Review 5 (3), 2004
1572004
Introducing EMMIE: an evidence rating scale to encourage mixed-method crime prevention synthesis reviews
SD Johnson, N Tilley, KJ Bowers
Journal of Experimental Criminology 11 (3), 459-473, 2015
1412015
Closing off opportunities for crime: An evaluation of alley-gating
KJ Bowers, SD Johnson, AFG Hirschfield
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 10 (4), 285-308, 2004
1352004
The effect of reduced street lighting on road casualties and crime in England and Wales: controlled interrupted time series analysis
R Steinbach, C Perkins, L Tompson, S Johnson, B Armstrong, J Green, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 69 (11), 1118-1124, 2015
1322015
Examining the relationship between road structure and burglary risk via quantitative network analysis
T Davies, SD Johnson
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31 (3), 481-507, 2015
1272015
A brief history of the analysis of crime concentration
SD Johnson
European Journal of Applied Mathematics 21 (4-5), 349-370, 2010
1202010
Predictive mapping of crime by ProMap: Accuracy, units of analysis, and the environmental backcloth
SD Johnson, KJ Bowers, DJ Birks, K Pease
Putting crime in its place, 171-198, 2009
1192009
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