Elizabeth Groff
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The criminology of place: Street segments and our understanding of the crime problem
D Weisburd, ER Groff, SM Yang
Oxford University Press, 2012
The Philadelphia foot patrol experiment: A randomized controlled trial of police patrol effectiveness in violent crime hotspots
JH Ratcliffe, T Taniguchi, ER Groff, JD Wood
Criminology 49 (3), 795-831, 2011
Is it important to examine crime trends at a local “micro” level?: A longitudinal analysis of street to street variability in crime trajectories
ER Groff, D Weisburd, SM Yang
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26, 7-32, 2010
Hot spots of juvenile crime: A longitudinal study of arrest incidents at street segments in Seattle, Washington
D Weisburd, NA Morris, ER Groff
Journal of quantitative criminology 25, 443-467, 2009
The role of neighborhood parks as crime generators
E Groff, ES McCord
Security journal 25, 1-24, 2012
Simulation for theory testing and experimentation: An example using routine activity theory and street robbery
ER Groff
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 23, 75-103, 2007
Criminogenic facilities and crime across street segments in Philadelphia: Uncovering evidence about the spatial extent of facility influence
ER Groff, B Lockwood
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 51 (3), 277-314, 2014
Does what police do at hot spots matter? The Philadelphia policing tactics experiment
ER Groff, JH Ratcliffe, CP Haberman, ET Sorg, NM Joyce, RB Taylor
Criminology 53 (1), 23-53, 2015
Forecasting the future of predictive crime mapping
ER Groff, NG La Vigne
Crime Prevention Studies 13, 29-58, 2002
Place matters
D Weisburd
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Understanding and controlling hot spots of crime: The importance of formal and informal social controls
D Weisburd, ER Groff, SM Yang
Prevention science 15, 31-43, 2014
Mapping an opportunity surface of residential burglary
ER Groff, NG La Vigne
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 38 (3), 257-278, 2001
Can hot spots policing reduce crime in urban areas? An agent‐based simulation
D Weisburd, AA Braga, ER Groff, A Wooditch
Criminology 55 (1), 137-173, 2017
Where the action is at places: Examining spatio-temporal patterns of juvenile crime at places using trajectory analysis and GIS
E Groff, D Weisburd, NA Morris
Putting crime in its place: Units of analysis in geographic criminology, 61-86, 2009
Citizens’ reactions to hot spots policing: impacts on perceptions of crime, disorder, safety and police
JH Ratcliffe, ER Groff, ET Sorg, CP Haberman
Journal of experimental criminology 11 (3), 393-417, 2015
Adding the temporal and spatial aspects of routine activities: A further test of routine activity theory
ER Groff
Security Journal 21, 95-116, 2008
‘Situating’simulation to model human spatio‐temporal interactions: An example using crime events
ER Groff
Transactions in GIS 11 (4), 507-530, 2007
Exploring ‘near’: Characterizing the spatial extent of drinking place influence on crime
E Groff
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 44 (2), 156-179, 2011
Foot patrol in violent crime hot spots: The longitudinal impact of deterrence and posttreatment effects of displacement
ET Sorg, CP Haberman, JH Ratcliffe, ER Groff
Criminology 51 (1), 65-101, 2013
State of the art in agent-based modeling of urban crime: An overview
ER Groff, SD Johnson, A Thornton
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 35, 155-193, 2019
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