His main research concerns Criminology, Crime prevention, Trajectory analysis, Problem-oriented policing and Social psychology. His Criminology research includes themes of Law and Unit of analysis. The Crime prevention study combines topics in areas such as Cultural criminology, Routine activity theory, Perception and Crime control.
His Problem-oriented policing research includes elements of Empirical evidence and Evidence-based policing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Intervention, Internal validity and Police legitimacy. His studies in Crime displacement integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention and Control.
David Weisburd spends much of his time researching Criminology, Crime prevention, Criminal justice, Social psychology and Psychological intervention. His Criminology study combines topics in areas such as Law and Terrorism. His study in Unit of analysis extends to Crime prevention with its themes.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Justice and Criminal justice. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Procedural justice and Police legitimacy. His Psychological intervention study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Social control.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Criminology, Crime prevention, Mental health, Collective efficacy and Prison. The study incorporates disciplines such as Perception and Terrorism in addition to Criminology. His Crime prevention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Action, As is, Implicit bias, Transportation security administration and Scientific evidence.
His study in Mental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Occupational safety and health and Depression. His Collective efficacy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological intervention, Survey data collection, Public health and Environmental health. His Prison research integrates issues from Rehabilitation, Service and Recidivism.
David Weisburd mainly focuses on Criminology, Procedural justice, Collective efficacy, Mental health and Hot spot. His work carried out in the field of Criminology brings together such families of science as Internal validity and External validity. His studies deal with areas such as Replication, Criminal justice, Relevance, Social system and Enthusiasm as well as Procedural justice.
His Collective efficacy research incorporates elements of Fear of crime, Survey data collection, Intervention, Control and Collective action. His Mental health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health equity and Environmental health. He interconnects Crime prevention, Deterrence, Gang violence and Crime control in the investigation of issues within Problem-oriented policing.
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Trajectories of Crime at Places: A Longitudinal Study of Street Segments in the City of Seattle
David Weisburd;Shawn Bushway;Cynthia Lum;Sue-Ming Yang.
DIFFUSION OF CRIME CONTROL BENEFITS: OBSERVATIONS ON THE REVERSE OF DISPLACEMENT
Ronald V. Clarke;David Weisburd.
Putting crime in its place: Units of analysis in geographic criminology
David Weisburd;David Weisburd;Wim Bernasco;Gerben J N Bruinsma.
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