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Behavioural case linkage: Linking residential burglary offences in New Zealand

@inproceedings{Milojev2017BehaviouralCL,
  title={Behavioural case linkage: Linking residential burglary offences in New Zealand},
  author={Petar Milojev and Jessica Woodhams and Dr Matt Tonkin and Dr Amy Burrell},
  year={2017}
}
Thesis title: Behavioural case linkage: Linking residential burglary offences in New Zealand Author: Martin Weeks This thesis aims to replicate and extend prior research on behavioural case linkage from the United Kingdom and Finland, using a sample of residential burglaries committed in New Zealand. Eighty-two solved residential burglaries, committed by 47 serial burglary offenders in Napier, New Zealand, are sampled from the New Zealand Police National Intelligence Application (NIA) database… Expand

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