Daniel Birks
Daniel Birks
Associate Professor of Quantitative Policing and Crime Data Analytics University of Leeds
Verified email at leeds.ac.uk
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Generative explanations of crime: using simulation to test criminological theory
D Birks, M Townsley, A Stewart
Criminology 50 (1), 221-254, 2012
Predictive mapping of crime by ProMap: Accuracy, units of analysis, and the environmental backcloth
SD Johnson, KJ Bowers, DJ Birks, K Pease
Putting Crime in its Place, 171-198, 2009
Prospective crime mapping in operational context: Final report
SD Johnson, DJ Birks, L McLaughlin, KJ Bowers, K Pease
No.: ISBN: 978-1-84726-532-6, 111, 2007
Burglar target selection: a cross-national comparison
M Townsley, D Birks, W Bernasco, S Ruiter, SD Johnson, G White, ...
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52 (1), 3-31, 2015
Police diversion of young offenders and Indigenous over-representation
T Allard, A Stewart, A Chrzanowski, J Ogilvie, D Birks, S Little
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice, 1-6, 2010
Target selection models with preference variation between offenders
M Townsley, D Birks, S Ruiter, W Bernasco, G White
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 32 (2), 283-304, 2016
Police perceptions of the long-and short-term spatial distribution of residential burglary
LM McLaughlin, SD Johnson, KJ Bowers, DJ Birks, K Pease
International Journal of Police Science & Management 9 (2), 99-111, 2007
Synthesis over analysis: Towards an ontology for volume crime simulation
DJ Birks, S Donkin, M Wellsmith
Artificial crime analysis systems: Using computer simulations and geographic …, 2008
Simulating crime prevention strategies: A look at the possibilities
E Groff, D Birks
Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice 2 (2), 175-184, 2008
Street network structure and crime risk: An agent‐based investigation of the encounter and enclosure hypotheses
D Birks, T Davies
Criminology 55 (4), 900-937, 2017
Emergent regularities of interpersonal victimization: An agent-based investigation
D Birks, M Townsley, A Stewart
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51 (1), 119-140, 2014
Did cybercrime cause the crime drop?
G Farrell, D Birks
Crime Science 7 (1), 1-4, 2018
Building better crime simulations: systematic replication and the introduction of incremental complexity
M Townsley, DJ Birks
Journal of Experimental Criminology 4 (3), 309-333, 2008
The use and impact of police diversion for reducing Indigenous over-representation
T Allard, A Stewart, A Chrzanowski, J Ogilvie, D Birks, S Little
Criminology Research Council. Retrieved from http://www …, 2009
Victims and offenders of night-time economy violence
S Donkin, D Birks
London: UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, 2007
Understanding the concept of ‘demand’in policing: a scoping review and resulting implications for demand management
J Laufs, K Bowers, D Birks, SD Johnson
Policing and society 31 (8), 895-918, 2021
Research on target: A collaboration between researchers and practitioners for a target hardening scheme
M Wellsmith, DJ Birks
International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 22 (1-2), 181-189, 2008
Computational criminology: A multi-agent simulation of volume crime activity
DJ Birks
Agent-based assessments of criminological theory
D Birks, H Elffers
Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 19-32, 2014
Patterns of police, fire, and ambulance calls-for-service: Scanning the spatio-temporal intersection of emergency service problems
J Clare, M Townsley, DJ Birks, L Garis
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 13 (3), 286-299, 2019
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