Cody W. Telep
Cody W. Telep
Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Arizona State University
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Community-oriented policing to reduce crime, disorder and fear and increase satisfaction and legitimacy among citizens: a systematic review
C Gill, D Weisburd, CW Telep, Z Vitter, T Bennett
Journal of experimental criminology 10 (4), 399-428, 2014
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
Procedural justice and legal compliance
DS Nagin, CW Telep
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 13 (1), 2017
The evidence-based policing matrix
C Lum, CS Koper, CW Telep
Journal of Experimental Criminology 7 (1), 3-26, 2011
Hot Spots Policing What We Know and What We Need to Know
D Weisburd, CW Telep
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30 (2), 200-220, 2014
How much time should the police spend at crime hot spots? Answers from a police agency directed randomized field trial in Sacramento, California
CW Telep, RJ Mitchell, D Weisburd
Justice Quarterly 31 (5), 905-933, 2014
What is known about the effectiveness of police practices in reducing crime and disorder?
CW Telep, D Weisburd
Police Quarterly 15 (4), 331-357, 2012
Receptivity to research in policing
C Lum, CW Telep, CS Koper, J Grieco
Justice Research and Policy 14 (1), 61-95, 2012
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, AA Braga, CW Telep, B Cave, JE Eck, K Bowers, G Bruinsma, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Could innovations in policing have contributed to the New York City crime drop even in a period of declining police strength?: The case of stop, question and frisk as a hot …
D Weisburd, CW Telep, BA Lawton
Justice Quarterly 31 (1), 129-153, 2014
The receptivity of officers to empirical research and evidence-based policing: An examination of survey data from three agencies
CW Telep, C Lum
Police Quarterly 17 (4), 359-385, 2014
Procedural justice and legal compliance: A revisionist perspective
DS Nagin, CW Telep
Criminology & Public Policy, 2020
The impact of higher education on police officer attitudes toward abuse of authority
CW Telep
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 22 (3), 392-419, 2011
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
Displacement of crime and diffusion of crime control benefits in large-scale geographic areas: a systematic review
CW Telep, D Weisburd, CE Gill, Z Vitter, D Teichman
Journal of Experimental Criminology 10 (4), 515-548, 2014
The effects of procedural injustice during police–citizen encounters: A factorial vignette study
MD Reisig, RD Mays, CW Telep
Journal of Experimental Criminology 14, 49-58, 2018
Police officer receptivity to research and evidence-based policing: examining variability within and across agencies
CW Telep
Crime & Delinquency 63 (8), 976-999, 2017
Reforming the police through procedural justice training: A multicity randomized trial at crime hot spots
D Weisburd, CW Telep, H Vovak, T Zastrow, AA Braga, B Turchan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (14), e2118780119, 2022
An Evidence-Assessment of the Recommendations of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing: Implementation and Research Priorities
C Lum, C Koper, C Gill, J Hibdon, C Telep, L Robinson
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