Daniel Birks
Daniel Birks
Associate Professor of Quantitative Policing and Crime Data Analytics University of Leeds
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Generative explanations of crime: using simulation to test criminological theory
D Birks, M Townsley, A Stewart
Criminology 50 (1), 221-254, 2012
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
Prospective crime mapping in operational context: Final report
SD Johnson, DJ Birks, L McLaughlin, KJ Bowers, K Pease
No.: ISBN: 978-1-84726-532-6, 111, 2007
Burglar target selection: a cross-national comparison
M Townsley, D Birks, W Bernasco, S Ruiter, SD Johnson, G White, ...
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52 (1), 3-31, 2015
Police diversion of young offenders and Indigenous over-representation
T Allard, A Stewart, A Chrzanowski, J Ogilvie, D Birks, S Little
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice, 1-6, 2010
Important links between child abuse, neglect, and delinquency
RG Scudder, WR Blount, KM Heide, IJ Silverman
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 37 (4 …, 1993
Target selection models with preference variation between offenders
M Townsley, D Birks, S Ruiter, W Bernasco, G White
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 32 (2), 283-304, 2016
Police perceptions of the long-and short-term spatial distribution of residential burglary
LM McLaughlin, SD Johnson, KJ Bowers, DJ Birks, K Pease
International Journal of Police Science & Management 9 (2), 99-111, 2007
Synthesis over analysis: Towards an ontology for volume crime simulation
DJ Birks, S Donkin, M Wellsmith
Artificial crime analysis systems: Using computer simulations and geographic …, 2008
Simulating crime prevention strategies: A look at the possibilities
E Groff, D Birks
Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice 2 (2), 175-184, 2008
Street network structure and crime risk: An agent‐based investigation of the encounter and enclosure hypotheses
D Birks, T Davies
Criminology 55 (4), 900-937, 2017
Emergent regularities of interpersonal victimization: An agent-based investigation
D Birks, M Townsley, A Stewart
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51 (1), 119-140, 2014
Building better crime simulations: systematic replication and the introduction of incremental complexity
M Townsley, DJ Birks
Journal of Experimental Criminology 4 (3), 309-333, 2008
Did cybercrime cause the crime drop?
G Farrell, D Birks
Crime Science 7 (1), 1-4, 2018
The use and impact of police diversion for reducing Indigenous over-representation
T Allard, A Stewart, A Chrzanowski, J Ogilvie, D Birks, S Little
Criminology Research Council. Retrieved from http://www …, 2009
Victims and offenders of night-time economy violence
S Donkin, D Birks
London: UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, 2007
Research on target: A collaboration between researchers and practitioners for a target hardening scheme
M Wellsmith, DJ Birks
International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 22 (1-2), 181-189, 2008
Computational criminology: A multi-agent simulation of volume crime activity
DJ Birks
Agent-based assessments of criminological theory
D Birks, H Elffers
Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 19-32, 2014
Patterns of police, fire, and ambulance calls-for-service: Scanning the spatio-temporal intersection of emergency service problems
J Clare, M Townsley, DJ Birks, L Garis
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 13 (3), 286-299, 2019
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