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Travis Taniguchi
Travis Taniguchi
Research Director, National Police Foundation
Verified email at policefoundation.org - Homepage
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The Philadelphia foot patrol experiment: A randomized controlled trial of police patrol effectiveness in violent crime hotspots
JH Ratcliffe, T Taniguchi, ER Groff, JD Wood
Criminology 49 (3), 795-831, 2011
5232011
The crime reduction effects of public CCTV cameras: a multi‐method spatial approach
JH Ratcliffe, T Taniguchi, RB Taylor
Justice Quarterly 26 (4), 746-770, 2009
1972009
Place matters
D Weisburd, JE Eck, AA Braga, CW Telep, B Cave, K Bowers, G Bruinsma, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2016
1402016
Gang set space, drug markets, and crime around drug corners in Camden
TA Taniguchi, JH Ratcliffe, RB Taylor
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48 (3), 327, 2011
1142011
Where size matters: Agglomeration economies of illegal drug markets in Philadelphia
TA Taniguchi, GF Rengert, ES McCord
Justice Quarterly 26 (4), 670-694, 2009
632009
Do social bonds matter for emerging adults?
C Salvatore, TA Taniguchi
Deviant behavior 33 (9), 738-756, 2012
592012
Is crime higher around drug-gang street corners? Two spatial approaches to the relationship between gang set spaces and local crime levels
JH Ratcliffe, TA Taniguchi
Crime Patterns and Analysis 1 (1), 17-39, 2008
402008
Is emerging adulthood influencing Moffitt's developmental taxonomy? Adding the" prolonged" adolescent offender
C Salvatore, T Taniguchi, WN Welsh
W. Criminology Rev. 13, 1, 2012
292012
Evaluation of a criminal justice internship program: Why do students take it and does it improve career preparedness?
ML Hiller, C Salvatore, T Taniguchi
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 25 (1), 1-15, 2014
212014
Exploring the relationship between drug and alcohol treatment facilities and violent and property crime: A socioeconomic contingent relationship
TA Taniguchi, C Salvatore
Security Journal 25 (2), 95-115, 2012
192012
Extending the veil of darkness approach: An examination of racial disproportionality in traffic stops in Durham, NC
TA Taniguchi, JA Hendrix, A Levin-Rector, BP Aagaard, KJ Strom, ...
Police Quarterly 20 (4), 420-448, 2017
172017
Strategic policing philosophy and the acquisition of technology: findings from a nationally representative survey of law enforcement
JA Hendrix, T Taniguchi, KJ Strom, B Aagaard, N Johnson
Policing and society, 2017
172017
CCTV Camera Evaluation: The crime reduction effects of public CCTV cameras in the City of Philadelphia, PA installed during 2006
J Ratcliffe, T Taniguchi
Temple University, Department of Criminal Justice.< http://www. temple. edu …, 2008
152008
The eyes of law enforcement in the new panopticon: Police-community racial asymmetry and the use of surveillance technology
JA Hendrix, TA Taniguchi, KJ Strom, KA Barrick, NJ Johnson
Surveillance & Society 16 (1), 53-68, 2018
142018
Using citizen notification to interrupt near-repeat residential burglary patterns: the micro-level near-repeat experiment
E Groff, T Taniguchi
Journal of Experimental Criminology 15 (2), 115-149, 2019
132019
Quantifying crime prevention potential of near-repeat burglary
E Groff, T Taniguchi
Police quarterly 22 (3), 330-359, 2019
112019
Policing a negotiated world: A partial test of Klinger’s ecological theory of policing
TA Taniguchi, C Salvatore
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 34 (2), 345-366, 2018
92018
Biometrics and policing: a protocol for multichannel sensor data collection and exploratory analysis of contextualized psychophysiological response during law enforcement …
RD Furberg, T Taniguchi, B Aagaard, AM Ortiz, M Hegarty-Craver, ...
JMIR research protocols 6 (3), e7499, 2017
92017
Exploring racial disproportionality in traffic stops conducted by the Durham Police Department
T Taniguchi, J Hendrix, B Aagaard, K Strom, A Levin-Rector, S Zimmer
Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International, 2016
82016
Policing a negotiated world: An empirical assessment of the ecological theory of policing
TA Taniguchi
Temple University, 2010
82010
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