Below you will find a list of place-based resources:
- “Selecting the Best Analyst for the Job: A Model Crime Analyst Assessment Process for Law Enforcement Agencies (CAAP)” Karen L. Amendola and Greg Jones (Police Foundation)
- The CEBCP Crime and Place Bibliography
- 2012 ASC Crime and Place Panels
- 2011 ASC Crime and Place Panels
- 2010 ASC Crime and Place Panels
- 2009 ASC Crime and Place Panels
- 2008 ASC Panels of Interest for Crime and Place
- CPWG Special Session on Empirical Evidence on the Relevance of Place in Criminology (April 22, 2009).
- Video Presentation: “The Crucial Question for Crime: Not Who Done It but Where Done It?” (David Weisburd)(Video requires Quicktime)
- CPWG Member Jerry Ratcliffe’s Homepage (resources on crime mapping and spatial analysis)
- The Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies (ICURS) at Simon Fraser University focuses on environmental criminology
- The Irvine Laboratory for the Study of Crime and Place (ILSSC) at the University of California, Irvine examines the social ecology of crime at multiple levels of analysis.
The Importance of Place in Policing: Empirical Evidence and Policy Recommendations. by David Weisburd, Cody Telep, and Anthony Braga (2010).
“Place-Based Policing.” by David Weisburd. Ideas in American Policing Lecture (2008).
Putting Crime in its Place. edited by David Weisburd and Gerben Bruinsma (2009).
The Criminology of Place: Street Segments and our Understanding of the Crime Problem. by David Weisburd, Elizabeth Groff, and Sue Ming-Yang (2012).