Graham Farrell
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Once Bitten, Twice Bitten: Repeat Victimisation and its Implications for Crime Prevention
G Farrell, K Pease
Home Office Crime Prevention Unit Series Paper No. 46, 1993
4601993
The shadow economy
MH Fleming, J Roman, G Farrell
Journal of International Affairs, 387-409, 2000
3352000
The crime drop and the security hypothesis
G Farrell, A Tseloni, J Mailley, N Tilley
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 48 (2), 147-175, 2011
3092011
Burglary victimization in England and Wales, the United States and the Netherlands: A cross-national comparative test of routine activities and lifestyle theories
A Tseloni, K Wittebrood, G Farrell, K Pease
British Journal of Criminology 44 (1), 66-91, 2004
2742004
Preventing repeat victimization
G Farrell
Crime and Justice 19, 469-534, 1995
2531995
Like taking candy: Why does repeat victimization occur?
G Farrell, C Phillips, K Pease
Brit. J. Criminology 35, 384, 1995
2381995
Why the Crime Drop?
G Farrell, N Tilley, A Tseloni
Crime and Justice 43 (1), 421-490, 2014
2202014
Exploring the international decline in crime rates
A Tseloni, J Mailley, G Farrell, N Tilley
European Journal of Criminology 7 (5), 375-394, 2010
2062010
Repeat victimization
G Farrell, K Pease
Criminal Justice Press, 2001
1742001
The International Crime Drop: New Directions in Research
J van Dijk, A Tseloni, G Farrell
Springer, 2012
1602012
Preventing repeated domestic violence: A demonstration project on Merseyside
S Lloyd, G Farrell, K Pease
Home Office Police Research Group, 1994
1481994
Five tests for a theory of the crime drop
G Farrell
Crime Science 2 (1), 1-8, 2013
1372013
Multiple victimisation: its extent and significance
G Farrell
International Review of Victimology 2 (2), 85-102, 1992
1301992
A victim is a victim is a victim? Chronic victimization in four sweeps of the British Crime Survey
D Ellingworth, G Farrell, K Pease
Brit. J. Criminology 35, 360, 1995
1221995
Explaining and sustaining the crime drop: Clarifying the role of opportunity-related theories
G Farrell, N Tilley, A Tseloni, J Mailley
Crime Prevention and Community Safety 12 (1), 24-41, 2010
115*2010
Crime seasonality: Domestic disputes and residential burglary in Merseyside 1988–90
G Farrell, K Pease
British Journal of Criminology 34 (4), 487-498, 1994
1081994
The effectiveness of vehicle security devices and their role in the crime drop
G Farrell, A Tseloni, N Tilley
Criminology & Criminal Justice 11 (1), 21-35, 2011
982011
Where have all the flowers gone? Evaluation of the Taliban crackdown against opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan
G Farrell, J Thorne
International Journal of Drug Policy 16 (2), 81-91, 2005
892005
The effectiveness of burglary security devices
A Tseloni, R Thompson, L Grove, N Tilley, G Farrell
Security Journal 30 (2), 646-664, 2017
872017
Preventing repeat victimization: A systematic review
LE Grove, G Farrell, DP Farrington, SD Johnson
Brottsförebyggande rådet/The Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention, 2012
872012
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