Table of contents for Analysis for crime prevention / Nick Tilley, editor.

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Introduction: Analysis for Crime Prevention
Nick Tilley
The Time-Window Effect in the Measurement of
Repeat Victimization: A Methodology for its Examination,
and an Empirical Study
Graham Farrell, William H. Sousa and
Deborah Lamm Weisel
Forecasting the Future of Predictive Crime Mapping
Elizabeth R. Groff and Nancy G. La Vigne
Hot Spots and Cold Comfort: The Importance of
Having a Working Thermometer
Michael Townsley and Ken Pease
Anticipatory Benefits in Crime Prevention
Martha J. Smith, Ronald V. Clarke and Ken Pease
Reducing Theft at Construction Sites: Lessons from
a Problem-Oriented Project
Ronald V. Clarke and Herman Goldstein
From the Source to the Mainstream Is Uphill: The
Challenge of Transferring Knowledge of Crime Prevention
Through Replication, Innovation and Anticipation,
Paul Ekblom
Methodological Issues in Working with
Policy Advisers and Practitioners
Gloria Laycock


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Crime prevention Research, Crime prevention, Crime analysis