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2018, Fifth edition., ISBN 9780134308067, xvi, 528 pages
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2015, 4th ed., ISBN 9780133565256, xvi, 488
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by Griffin, Damian R and Dickenson, Edward J and Wall, Peter D H and Achana, Felix and Donovan, Jenny L and Griffin, James and Hobson, Rachel and Hutchinson, Charles E and Jepson, Marcus and Parsons, Nick R and Petrou, Stavros and Realpe, Alba and Smith, Joanna and Foster, Nadine E and Stevens, Siobhan and Gemperle-Mannion, Elke and Brown, Jaclyn and Philippon, Marc and Beck, Martin and O'Donnell, John and Robinson, David and Hughes, Ivor and Hunter, David and Bennell, Kim and Bache, Christopher Edward and McBryde, Callum and Politis, Angelos and Bankes, Marcus and George, Marc and Bartlett, Gavin and Norton, Mark and Board, Tim and Mohammed, Aslam and Rajpura, Asim and Cronin, Michael and Dandachli, Wael and Witt, Johan and Eastaugh-Waring, Stephen and Fehily, Max and Fern, Darren and Field, Richard and Stafford, Giles and Hashemi-Nejad, Aresh and Khan, Tahir and Kavathapu, Venu and Kiely, Nigel and Whitaker, John Paul and Latimer, Paul and Madan, Sanjeev and Malviya, Ajay and Patil, Sanjeev and Ramachandran, Manoj and Sturridge, Seb and Thomas, Phillip and White, Craig and Wilson, Matthew and Williams, Mark and Jones, Emma and Baker, Simon and Stanton, Joanna and Nicholls, Charlotte and Smeatham, Alison and Gosling, Lucie and MacFarlane, Katte and Pressdee, Fraser and Dickinson, Gareth and Boulton, Karen and Goss, Jill and Venter, Rina and Kassam, Jamila and Simmons, Rachel and Poll, Kathryn and Bergmann, Thomas and Pilkington, Margaret and Armstrong, Jo and Wright, Daniel and Dolphin, Philippa and Bainbridge, Kelly and Callum, Miles and Lewis, Anthony and Smith, Evonne and Cornes, Veronica and Benfield, Joanna and Monnington, Katie and Stewart, Emma and Borrill, Steven and Pinches, Megan and Dawson, Sam and Harding, Noel and Willis, Matthew and Moore, Dani and MacCauley, Andrew and Cooke, David and Fleck, Rebecca and Ball, Julliet and Morrison, Peter and Kennedy, Michael and Turner, Sylvia and Bryant, Charlotte and Harris, Kirsten and ... and FASHIoN Study Group and UK FASHIoN Study Grp
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10136, pp. 2225 - 2235
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Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, ISSN 1707-7753, 2017, Volume 59, Issue 1, pp. 123 - 138
In this paper, the authors discuss the importance of replication and reproduction studies to building an evidence base in policing research. This evidence... 
Police | Canada | Research | Policing | Replication | Reproduction | Methodology | replication | policing | BEHAVIOR | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | research | methodology | reproduction | Experimental studies | Management | Social science research | Criminology | Public policy | Research methodology | Community
Journal Article
Criminal justice and behavior, ISSN 0093-8548, 2012, Volume 39, Issue 5, pp. 620 - 634
Computerized crime linkage systems are meant to assist the police in determining whether crimes have been committed by the same offender. In this article, the... 
IR-82423 | METIS-290261 | serial crimes | crime linkage systems | behavioral linking | policing | behavioral consistency | comparative case analysis | SIGNATURE MURDERS | PERSONALITY | REGRESSION | MODUS-OPERANDI | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | MODEL | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL | LINKING | DECISION-MAKING | SERIAL HOMICIDE | OFFENSES | Criminals | Criminal investigation | Crime analysis | Behavior | Research | Methods | Police | Criminal justice | Crime
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2012, 3rd ed., ISBN 9780137060573, xvi, 463
Book
Criminal Justice and Behavior, ISSN 0093-8548, 10/2008, Volume 35, Issue 10, pp. 1257 - 1276
Journal Article
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, ISSN 0306-624X, 06/2006, Volume 50, Issue 3, pp. 344 - 360
In a recent issue of this journal, Kocsis reviewed the criminal profiling research that he and his colleagues have conducted during the past 4 years. Their... 
Skills | Accuracy | Criminal profiling | skills | criminal profiling | accuracy | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED | Crime - psychology | Clinical Competence | Surveys and Questionnaires | Forensic Psychiatry - standards | Humans | Forensic Psychiatry - methods | Methods | Research | Criminals | Criminology
Journal Article
2005, ISBN 9780131215825, xviii, 526
Book
The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, ISSN 0032-258X, 12/2018, Volume 91, Issue 4, pp. 316 - 338
Concerns have emerged over the readiness of police agencies to adapt to change. To better understand why this might be the case, we used Lewin’s theory of... 
Journal Article
Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice, ISSN 1707-7753, 01/2017, Volume 59, Issue 1, pp. 123 - 123
In this paper, the authors discuss the importance of replication and reproduction studies to building an evidence base in policing research. This evidence... 
Canada
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International Journal of Police Science & Management, ISSN 1461-3557, 3/2016, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 12
Geographic profiling (GP) is an investigative technique that involves predicting a serial offender’s home location (or some other anchor point) based on where... 
Journal Article
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, ISSN 1076-8971, 2/2007, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 35 - 58
Numerous police agencies in Canada incorporate use-of-force simulation training into their overall instructional regime. A prominent theory of learning, known... 
Schema acquisition | Use of force | Police | Training factors | Simulation training | Cognitive load theory | training factors | LAW | use of force | EXPERTISE | ACQUISITION | MULTIMEDIA | WORKED-OUT EXAMPLES | SELF-EXPLANATIONS | DISCOVERY | STRATEGIES | VARIABILITY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | INSTRUCTIONAL-DESIGN | police | cognitive load theory | HEALTH POLICY & SERVICES | simulation training
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2020, 1, ISBN 9780367198855
“The Value of SROs: The View From Within (School Administrators)”, looks at the SRO program through the eyes of the 29 school administrators (five Principals,... 
Book Chapter
2020, 1, ISBN 9780367198855
“Value of SROs” presents a summary of the key findings and conclusions associated with our study of the SRO program in Peel region. Throughout the chapter, we... 
Book Chapter
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, ISSN 1664-1078, 10/2019, Volume 10
Policing is a highly stressful and dangerous profession that involves a complex set of environmental, psychosocial, and health risks. The current study... 
heart rate | physiological reactivity | SHOOTING PERFORMANCE | RR INTERVALS | ANXIETY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | police | DECISION-MAKING | occupational stress | WORK STRESS | OFFICERS | HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY | POLAR RS800 | use-of-force | VALIDITY | RATE MONITOR | Physiological aspects | Police | Stress (Physiology)
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