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Institute of Crime Science

Crime Prevention

Eck, J. E., & Madensen, T. D. (forthcoming). Situational crime prevention makes problem- oriented policing work: The importance of interdependent theories for effective policing. In N. Tilley and G. Farrell (Eds.), The reasoning criminologist: Essays in honour of Ronald V. Clarke. New York: Taylor and Francis.

 Eck, J. E., & Liu, L. (2008). Contrasting Simulated and Empirical Experiments in Crime Prevention. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 4, 195-213.

Skubak Tillyer, M., & Eck, J. E. (2011). Getting a handle on crime: A further extension of routine activities theory. Security Journal, 24,179-193.

Wilcox, P., Madensen, T. D.. & Marie Skubak Tillyer. (2007). Guardianship in context: Implications for burglary risk and prevention. Criminology, 45, 771-804.