Christopher S. Koper
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Just enough police presence: Reducing crime and disorderly behavior by optimizing patrol time in crime hot spots
CS Koper
Justice quarterly 12 (4), 649-672, 1995
Research on body‐worn cameras: What we know, what we need to know
C Lum, M Stoltz, CS Koper, JA Scherer
Criminology & public policy 18 (1), 93-118, 2019
The Evidence-Based Policing Matrix
C Lum, CS Koper
Police Science: Australia and New Zealand Journal of Evidence-Based Policing …, 2016
The evidence-based policing matrix
C Lum, CS Koper, CW Telep
Journal of experimental criminology 7, 3-26, 2011
A randomized controlled trial of different policing strategies at hot spots of violent crime
B Taylor, CS Koper, DJ Woods
Journal of experimental criminology 7, 149-181, 2011
Evidence-based policing: Translating research into practice
CM Lum, CS Koper
Oxford University Press, 2017
Receptivity to research in policing
C Lum, CW Telep, CS Koper, J Grieco
Justice research and policy 14 (1), 61-95, 2012
Deterring corporate crime
SS Simpson, CS Koper
Criminology 30 (3), 347-376, 1992
Existing and ongoing body worn camera research: Knowledge gaps and opportunities
CM Lum, CS Koper, LM Merola, A Scherer, A Reioux
George Mason University, 2015
Understanding the limits of technology’s impact on police effectiveness
C Lum, CS Koper, J Willis
Police quarterly 20 (2), 135-163, 2017
Body‐worn cameras’ effects on police officers and citizen behavior: A systematic review
C Lum, CS Koper, DB Wilson, M Stoltz, M Goodier, E Eggins, A Higginson, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 16 (3), 2020
Optimizing the use of technology in policing: Results and implications from a multi-site study of the social, organizational, and behavioural aspects of implementing police …
CS Koper, C Lum, JJ Willis
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 8 (2), 212-221, 2014
Police crackdowns on illegal gun carrying: A systematic review of their impact on gun crime
CS Koper, E Mayo-Wilson
Journal of experimental criminology 2, 227-261, 2006
Race and sex differences in the prediction of drug use.
DC Gottfredson, CS Koper
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 64 (2), 305, 1996
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
National Evaluation of the COPS Program--Title I of the 1994 Crime Act
JA Roth, JF Ryan, SJ Gaffigan, CS Koper, MH Moore, JA Roehl, ...
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute …, 2000
Evidence-based policing
C Lum, CS Koper
Critical Issues in Policing: Contemporary Readings, 260-274, 2015
Evidence-based policing
C Lum, CS Koper
Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, 154-158, 2013
Hiring and retention issues in police agencies: Readings on the determinants of police strength, hiring and retention of officers, and the federal COPS program
CS Koper
The Urban Institute, 2001
The impact of the 1994 federal assault weapon ban on gun violence outcomes: an assessment of multiple outcome measures and some lessons for policy evaluation
CS Koper, JA Roth
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 17, 33-74, 2001
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