Center for Security and Crime Science

Doctoral dissertations related to the work of the Center

Travis A. Taniguchi, Ph.D.
"Policing a negotiated world: An empirical assessment of the ecological theory of policing"
Chaired by Jerry H. Ratcliffe, May 2010
Criminologist, Police Department, Redlands, CA
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Eric S. McCord, Ph.D.
"Isolating opportunity from demographics: A case study of motor vehicle theft in Philadelphia"
Chaired by Jerry H. Ratcliffe, May 2010
Assistant Professor, University of Louisville, Louisville KY

 

Brian R. Wyant, Ph.D.
"Micro-level spatio-temporal relationships between firearm arrests and shootings in Philadelphia: Implications for understanding of crime, time, place, and policing"
Chaired by Ralph B. Taylor, August 2010
Assistant Professor, LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA
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Brian Lockwood, Ph.D.
"Too far to travel? An investigation of the effects of distance to community-based treatment programs for juvenile offenders"
Chaired by George F. Rengert, May 2010
Assistant Professor, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ