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Xiaoyun Wu
Xiaoyun Wu
Research Data Scientist, National Policing Institute
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Can we really defund the police? A nine-agency study of police response to calls for service
C Lum, CS Koper, X Wu
Police quarterly 25 (3), 255-280, 2022
1282022
Examining the empirical realities of proactive policing through systematic observations and computer-aided dispatch data
C Lum, CS Koper, X Wu, W Johnson, M Stoltz
Police Quarterly 23 (3), 283-310, 2020
682020
Measuring the spatial and temporal patterns of police proactivity
X Wu, C Lum
Journal of quantitative criminology 33, 915-934, 2017
612017
Constrained gatekeepers of the criminal justice footprint: A systematic social observation study of 9-1-1 calltakers and dispatchers
C Lum, CS Koper, M Stoltz, M Goodier, W Johnson, H Prince, X Wu
Justice Quarterly 37 (7), 1176-1198, 2020
282020
Proactive policing in the United States: a national survey
CS Koper, C Lum, X Wu, N Fritz
Policing: An International Journal 43 (5), 861-876, 2020
252020
The long-term and system-level impacts of institutionalizing hot spot policing in a small city
CS Koper, C Lum, X Wu, T Hegarty
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 15 (2), 1110-1128, 2021
172021
The practice of proactive traffic stops
X Wu, C Lum
Policing: An International Journal 43 (2), 229-246, 2020
142020
Translational criminology and its importance in policing: A review
J Nichols, S Wire, X Wu, M Sloan, A Scherer
Police practice and research 20 (6), 537-551, 2019
142019
Do everyday proactive policing activities reduce vehicle crashes? Examining a commonly held law enforcement belief using a novel method
X Wu, C Lum, C Koper
Journal of criminal justice 76, 101846, 2021
102021
Police activities and community views of police in crime hot spots
CS Koper, BG Taylor, W Liu, X Wu
Justice quarterly 39 (7), 1400-1427, 2022
92022
Calibrating police activity across hot spot and non-hot spot areas
CS Koper, X Wu, C Lum
Police Quarterly 24 (3), 382-406, 2021
92021
Trends in police research: a cross-sectional analysis of the 2010-2014 literature
X Wu, J Grieco, S Wire, A Wooditch, J Nichols
Police Practice and Research 19 (6), 609-616, 2018
92018
Measuring the impacts of everyday police proactive activities: Tackling the endogeneity problem
X Wu, C Koper, C Lum
Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 1-21, 2021
82021
p-value Problems? An Examination of Evidential Value in Criminology
A Wooditch, R Fisher, X Wu, NJ Johnson
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 36, 305-328, 2020
82020
Outcome reporting bias in randomized experiments on substance use disorders
A Wooditch, LB Sloas, X Wu, A Key
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 36, 273-293, 2020
62020
Empirical analyses of emergency dispatcher decision-making and police resource allocation for 911 calls for service
C Lum, C Koper, X Wu, M Stoltz, M Goodier, W Johnson, H Prince
Thematic Panel at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, 2019
62019
Reaching and engaging people: Analyzing tweeting practices of large US police departments pre-and post-the killing of George Floyd
B Dong, X Wu
PLoS one 17 (7), e0269288, 2022
52022
The Fairfax County community survey of the Fairfax County Police Department
C Lum, C Johnson, J Nichols, J Grieco, X Wu
32016
Do license plate readers enhance the initial and residual deterrent effects of police patrol? A quasi-randomized test
CS Koper, C Lum, X Wu, W Johnson, M Stoltz
Journal of experimental criminology 18 (4), 725-746, 2022
22022
Understanding everyday police proactive activity and its relationship with crime
X Wu
George Mason University, 2019
22019
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