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  1. Content type: Research

    Many studies have sought to explain the major crime declines experienced in most advanced countries. Key hypotheses relate to: lead poisoning; abortion legalization; drug markets; demographics; policing number...

    Authors: Graham Farrell

    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:5

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  2. Content type: Research

    A new method of material identification has been developed utilising pixellated X-ray diffraction (PixD) to probe the molecular structure of hidden items. Since each material has a unique structure, this techn...

    Authors: Daniel O’Flynn, Hemant Desai, Caroline B Reid, Christiana Christodoulou, Matthew D Wilson, Matthew C Veale, Paul Seller, Daniel Hills, Ben Wong and Robert D Speller

    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:4

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  3. Content type: Research

    More than 63,000 cars were reported stolen in Los Angeles in 2003–04. However, the distribution of thefts across car types is very uneven. Some cars types such as the Honda Civic were stolen at much higher fre...

    Authors: P Jeffrey Brantingham

    Citation: Crime Science 2013 2:3

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  4. Content type: Theoretical article

    This paper describes the work undertaken over many years by the author and colleagues concerning the role of opportunity in crime. The work began in the early 1970s in the Home Office Research Unit, the British g...

    Authors: Ronald V Clarke

    Citation: Crime Science 2012 1:3

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