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Breanne Cave
Government Accountability Office
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Place matters
D Weisburd, JE Eck, AA Braga, CW Telep, B Cave, K Bowers, G Bruinsma, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2016
1352016
Mean streets and mental health: Depression and post‐traumatic stress disorder at crime hot spots
D Weisburd, B Cave, M Nelson, C White, A Haviland, J Ready, B Lawton, ...
American journal of community psychology 61 (3-4), 285-295, 2018
672018
License plate reader (LPR) police patrols in crime hot spots: An experimental evaluation in two adjacent jurisdictions
C Lum, J Hibdon, B Cave, CS Koper, L Merola
Journal of Experimental Criminology 7 (4), 321-345, 2011
652011
The Dallas patrol management experiment: can AVL technologies be used to harness unallocated patrol time for crime prevention?
D Weisburd, ER Groff, G Jones, B Cave, KL Amendola, SM Yang, ...
Journal of experimental criminology 11 (3), 367-391, 2015
422015
Community support for license plate recognition
LM Merola, C Lum, B Cave, J Hibdon
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2014
232014
License plate recognition technology (LPR): Impact evaluation and community assessment
C Lum, L Merola, J Willis, B Cave
Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University, 19, 2010
212010
Exploring physical force and subject resistance in police encounters with people with behavioral health issues
C Gill, R Jensen, B Cave
Victims & Offenders 13 (8), 1106-1131, 2018
122018
License plate recognition technologies for law enforcement: An outcome and legitimacy evaluation
C Lum, L Merola, J Willis, B Cave
SPAWAR and National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC, 2010
112010
How do criminologists interpret statistical explanation of crime? A review of quantitative modeling in published studies
D Weisburd, B Cave, AR Piquero
The handbook of criminological theory, 395-414, 2015
82015
A conditional likelihood model of the relationship between officer features and rounds discharged in police shootings
G Ridgeway, B Cave, J Grieco, C Loeffler
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 37 (1), 303-326, 2021
72021
The Dallas AVL experiment: Evaluating the use of automated vehicle locator technologies in policing
D Weisburd, E Groff, G Jones, KL Amendola, B Cave
Washington, DC: Police Foundation, 2012
72012
Rigorous evaluation research among US police departments: special cases or a representative sample?
B Cave, CW Telep, J Grieco
Police Practice and Research 16 (3), 254-268, 2015
62015
Evidence-based assessment of the City of Seattle’s crime prevention programs
C Gill, C Lum, B Cave, L Dario, C Telep, Z Vitter, D Weisburd
Seattle, WA: City of Seattle Ofce of City Auditor, 2012
52012
Translational criminology: Using existing evidence for assessing TSA’s comprehensive security strategy at airports
C Lum, C Gill, B Cave, J Hibdon, D Weisburd
Evidence-based counterterrorism policy, 209-251, 2012
42012
Are federal security efforts evidence-based?
C Lum, B Cave, J Nichols
Security Journal 31 (1), 139-162, 2018
32018
Counterinsurgency and criminology: Applying routine activities theory to military approaches to counterterrorism
B Cave
Evidence-based counterterrorism policy, 325-351, 2012
32012
New Partnership Uses Research and Data to Improve Understanding of Officer-Involved Shootings
J Burch, B Cave
Translational Criminology 12, 7-9, 2017
12017
License Plate Recognition Technology (LPR)
C Lum, JD Linda Merola, J Willis, B Cave
Final Report, 2010
12010
“Translational Criminology” in action: a national survey of TSA’s Playbook implementation at US Airports
C Gill, J Hibdon, C Lum, D Johnson, L Merola, D Weisburd, B Cave, ...
Security Journal 34 (2), 319-339, 2021
2021
A Micro Place Perspective for Theory and Research on Police Behavior 1
B Cave
Unraveling the Crime-Place Connection, 217-235, 2017
2017
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