Proactive Policing and Robbery Rates across U . S . Cities

@inproceedings{MCGEEVER2010ProactivePA,
  title={Proactive Policing and Robbery Rates across U . S . Cities},
  author={STEVEN F. MESSNER GLENN DEANE KELLY MCGEEVER},
  year={2010}
}
  • STEVEN F. MESSNER GLENN DEANE KELLY MCGEEVER
  • Published 2010
*An earlier version of the paper was presented at a workshop sponsored by the National Consortium of Violence Research (NCOVR). NCOVR is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. We are grateful to the participants at the workshop for comments on the paper, with special thanks to Robert J. Bursik, Jr., Thomas Bernard, and Paul Nieuwbeerta. We are also grateful to Debra K. Mack of the Criminal Justice Information Services Division of the FBI for providing data on offenses… CONTINUE READING

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