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  • The University of Western Australia (M253), 35 Stirling Highway, Room 2.86A, Economics and Commerce Building, Crawley campus

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 193 Citations
  • 7 h-Index
20042019
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Personal profile

Biography

I have experience in Australia and Canada in conducting applied, operations-focused research with emergency first responders and criminal justice agencies. I am committed to helping applied practitioners utilize theory, research, and analysis to enhance the understanding of problems they are encountering with a view to developing, implementing, and evaluating novel, creative intervention strategies. My research focus is on using available data to contribute to solving applied problems.

Keywords

  • Burglary and stolen goods markets
  • Crime statistics and surveys
  • Criminological account of terrorism
  • Eyewitness memory
  • Offender expertise
  • The interaction between cognition and criminology
  • Victims of crime and violence
  • Situational crime prevention
  • Problem-oriented policing
  • Situational fire prevention

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Projects 2005 2014

Research Output 2004 2019

Crime concentration in Perth CBD: a comparison of officer predicted hot spots, data derived hot spots and officer GPS patrol data

Oatley, G., Williams, S., Barnes, G. C., Clare, J. & Chapman, B., 18 Jan 2019, In : Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences Online.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Police
crime
Crime
GPS
offense

Simulating CPTED: Computational agent-based models of crime and environmental design

Birks, D. & Clare, J., 11 Feb 2019, Rebuilding crime prevention through environmental design : Strengthening the links with crime science. Armitage, R. & Ekblom, P. (eds.). 1st ed. London: Routledge, p. 109-130 22 p. (Crime Science Series).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

environmental design
Crime
offense
criminology
social scientist
1 Citations (Scopus)
Law enforcement
police
Lead
victimization
online survey
best practice
abuse
law reform
demand
resources
Open Access
crime prevention
integrity
student
offense
university