Near repeat crime
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A 2008 article in TechBeat magazine provides a list of links and a brief overview (Click on calculating repeat crime).
Near repeat academic references:
Bowers, K. J., & Johnson, S. D. (2004). Who commits near repeats? A test of the boost explanation. Western Criminology Review, 5 (3), 12-24.
Johnson, S. D., Bernasco, W., Bowers, K. J., Elffers, H., Ratcliffe, J. H., Rengert, G. F., et al. (2007). Space-time patterns of risk: A cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 23 (3), 201-219.
Johnson, S. D., & Bowers, K. J. (2004a). The burglary as clue to the future: The beginnings of prospective hot-spotting. European Journal of Criminology, 1 (2), 237–255.
Johnson, S. D., & Bowers, K. J. (2004b). The stability of space-time clusters of burglary. British Journal of Criminology, 44 (1), 55-65.
Ratcliffe, J. H., & Rengert, G. F. (2008). Near repeat patterns in Philadelphia shootings. Security Journal, 21 (1-2), 58-76.
Townsley, M., Homel, R., & Chaseling, J. (2003). Infectious burglaries: A test of the near repeat hypothesis. British Journal of Criminology, 43 (3), 61-633.
Townsley, M., Johnson, S. D., & Ratcliffe, J. H. (2008). Space time dynamics of insurgent activity in Iraq. Security Journal, 21 (3), 139-146.