Joshua C. Hinkle
Joshua C. Hinkle
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice--Georgia State University
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Does crime just move around the corner? A controlled study of spatial displacement and diffusion of crime control benefits
D Weisburd, LA Wyckoff, J Ready, JE Eck, JC Hinkle, F Gajewski
Criminology 44 (3), 549-592, 2006
Is problem‐oriented policing effective in reducing crime and disorder? Findings from a Campbell systematic review
D Weisburd, CW Telep, JC Hinkle, JE Eck
Criminology & public policy 9 (1), 139-172, 2010
The irony of broken windows policing: A micro-place study of the relationship between disorder, focused police crackdowns and fear of crime
JC Hinkle, D Weisburd
Journal of Criminal justice 36 (6), 503-512, 2008
The possible “backfire” effects of hot spots policing: An experimental assessment of impacts on legitimacy, fear and collective efficacy
D Weisburd, JC Hinkle, C Famega, J Ready
Journal of experimental criminology 7 (4), 297-320, 2011
The effects of problem‐oriented policing on crime and disorder
D Weisburd, CW Telep, JC Hinkle, JE Eck
Campbell systematic reviews 4 (1), 1-87, 2008
Place matters
D Weisburd, JE Eck, AA Braga, CW Telep, B Cave, K Bowers, G Bruinsma, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Emotional fear of crime vs. perceived safety and risk: Implications for measuring “fear” and testing the broken windows thesis
JC Hinkle
American Journal of Criminal Justice 40 (1), 147-168, 2015
A new look into broken windows: What shapes individuals’ perceptions of social disorder?
JC Hinkle, SM Yang
Journal of criminal justice 42 (1), 26-35, 2014
Understanding the mechanisms underlying broken windows policing: The need for evaluation evidence
D Weisburd, JC Hinkle, AA Braga, A Wooditch
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 52 (4), 589-608, 2015
Problem‐oriented policing for reducing crime and disorder: An updated systematic review and meta‐analysis
JC Hinkle, D Weisburd, CW Telep, K Petersen
Campbell Systematic Reviews 16 (2), e1089, 2020
Protection motivation theory as a theoretical framework for understanding the use of protective measures
AC Clubb, JC Hinkle
Criminal justice studies 28 (3), 336-355, 2015
Subprime lending foreclosures, crime, and neighborhood disorganization: Beyond internal dynamics
B Teasdale, LM Clark, JC Hinkle
American Journal of Criminal Justice 37 (2), 163-178, 2012
The Importance of Place in Policing: Empirical Evidence and Policy Recommendations
D Weisburd, C Telep, AA Braga, ER Groff, JC Hinkle, NA Morris, C Lum, ...
Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention, Information and Publications,, 2010
The problem is not just sample size: The consequences of low base rates in policing experiments in smaller cities
JC Hinkle, D Weisburd, C Famega, J Ready
Evaluation review 37 (3-4), 213-238, 2013
The relationship between disorder, perceived risk, and collective efficacy: A look into the indirect pathways of the broken windows thesis
JC Hinkle
Criminal Justice Studies 26 (4), 408-432, 2013
Legitimacy, fear and collective efficacy in crime hot spots: Assessing the impacts of broken windows policing strategies on citizen attitudes
D Weisburd, JC Hinkle, C Famega, J Ready
US National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC, 2012
Issues in survey design: Using surveys of victimization and fear of crime as examples
SM Yang, JC Hinkle
Handbook of survey methodology for the social sciences, 443-462, 2012
Does crime just move around the corner? A study of displacement and diffusion in Jersey City, NJ
D Weisburd, LA Wyckoff, J Ready, JE Eck, JC Hinkle, F Gajewski
US Department of Justice National Institute of Justice. Retrieved September …, 2004
The importance of randomized experiments in evaluating crime prevention
D Weisburd, JC Hinkle
The Oxford handbook of crime prevention, 446-465, 2012
Why getting inside the “black box” is important: Examining treatment implementation and outputs in policing experiments
C Famega, JC Hinkle, D Weisburd
Police Quarterly 20 (1), 106-132, 2017
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