The spatial patterning of emergency demand for police services. A scoping review.

Scoping review on the spatial patterning of emergency demand as measured through calls for service.

Operationalizing deployment time in police calls for service

Paper comparing different calculations of 'dispatched deployment time' using calls for service data from Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Reactieve politie-inzet op straat

Article (in Dutch) in Tijdschrift voor de Politie.

Describing the scale and composition of calls for police service. A replication and extension using open data

Paper describing the scale and composition of emergency police demand in Detroit, US. Replicates existing research elsewhere in the US.

Small area variation in crime effects of COVID-19 policies in England and Wales

Paper examining local varition in the COVID-19 lockdown crime drop.

The accuracy of crime statistics. Assessing the impact of police data bias on geographic crime analysis

Paper using simulated data to investigate bias in police recorded crime at multiple spatial scales.

Six Months In. Pandemic Crime Trends in England and Wales

Paper examining crime in England and Wales during the first six months of the pandemic.

Anchored k-medoids. A novel adaptation of k-medoids further refined to measure long-term instability in the exposure to crime

Paper detailing a substantive demonstration of ak-medoids clustering on simulated and real police-recorded crime data.

Akmedoids R package for generating directionally-homogeneous clusters of longitudinal data sets

Paper and documentation for an R package to implement anchored k-medoids, a method for clustering longitudinal data.

Open Data for Crime and Place Research. A Practical Guide in R

Forthcoming book chapter on using open data to study crime and place including a practical exercise in R.