This article was supported by grant 86-IJ-CX-0037 from the National Institute of Justice to the Crime Control Institute. Points of view or opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily represent the official position of the U.S. Department of Justice. We wish to thank Anthony V. Bouza, David Dobrotka, Albert J. Reiss, Jr., David Weisburd, and Robert Wasserman. We also wish to thank Robert Dell'Erba, Nancy Beatty, and Debbie Linnell of the Crime Control Institute for their assistance.
HOT SPOTS OF PREDATORY CRIME: ROUTINE ACTIVITIES AND THE CRIMINOLOGY OF PLACE*
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Volume 27, Issue 1, pages 27–56, February 1989
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SHERMAN, L. W., GARTIN, P. R. and BUERGER, M. E. (1989), HOT SPOTS OF PREDATORY CRIME: ROUTINE ACTIVITIES AND THE CRIMINOLOGY OF PLACE. Criminology, 27: 27–56. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-9125.1989.tb00862.x
Lawrence W. Sherman is Professor of Criminology at the University of Maryland, College Park, and President, Crime Control Institute, Washington, D.C. He has recently completed the Milwaukee Domestic Violence Experiment, the RECAP experiment in problem-oriented policing at high-call addresses, and has begun (with David Weisburd) an experiment testing the effects of increased police presence at hot-spot address clusters.
Patrick R. Gartin is a doctoral candidate and a National Institute of Justice Fellow at the Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also Director of Data Management and Analysis at the Crime Control Institute in Washington, D.C., where he is completing a reanalysis of the Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment.
Michael E. Buerger is a doctoral candidate and Sonn Fellow at the Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice in Newark and Director of the Minneapolis office of the Crime Control Institute, where he is managing the Hot Spots Patrol Experiment.
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