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Title: Measuring and interpreting repeat victimization using police data: An analysis of burglary data and policy for Charlotte, North Carolina.
Authors: Farrell, Graham
Pease, Ken
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: © Criminal Justice Press
Citation: FARRELL, G. and PEASE, K., 2003. Measuring and interpreting repeat victimization using police data: An analysis of burglary data and policy for Charlotte, North Carolina. In: M. Smith and D. Cornish (Eds.) Theory for Practice in Situational Crime Prevention, Crime Prevention Studies, 16, 265-289
Abstract: This study of repeat victimization and crime prevention tackles issues relating to the measurement and interpretation of police data. In a study of repeat burglaries in Charlotte, NC, published in this series, LeBeau and Vincent (1997) framed their discussion as a critique of our work on preventing repeat victimization....
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/815
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