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Ratcliffe, JH, Perenzin, A & Sorg, RT (in press) Operation Thumbs Down: A quasi-experimental evaluation of an FBI gang takedown in South Central Los Angeles, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management [paper soon]
Ratcliffe, JH (2016) Central American police perception of street gang characteristics, Policing and Society, 26(3): 291-311. [online first paper]
Haberman, CP, Groff ER, Ratcliffe, JH & Sorg, ET (2016) Satisfaction with police in violent crime hot spots: Using community surveys as a guide for selecting hot spots policing tactics, Crime and Delinquency, 62(4): 525-557. [paper]
Taylor, RB, Ratcliffe, JH & Perenzin, A (2015) Can we predict long-term community crime problems? The estimation of ecological continuity to model risk heterogeneity, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 52(3): 635-657. [paper]
Haberman, CP & Ratcliffe, JH (2015) Testing for temporally differentiated relationships among potentially criminogenic places and census block street robbery counts, Criminology, 53(3): 457–483. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Groff, ER, Sorg, ET, Haberman, CP (2015) Citizens’ reactions to hot spots policing: Impacts on perceptions of crime, disorder, safety and police, Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11(3): 393-417. [paper]
Groff, ER, Ratcliffe, JH, Haberman, CP, Sorg, ET, Joyce, N and Taylor, RB (2015) Does what police do at hot spots matter? The Philadelphia Policing Tactics Experiment, Criminology, 53(1): 23-53. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2015) Towards an index for harm-focused policing, Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 9(2): 164-182. [full text online and pdf] or [pdf]
Johnson, LT & Ratcliffe, JH (in press) A partial test of the impact of a casino on neighborhood crime, Security Journal.  [online first paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Sorg, ET & Rose, JW (2015) Intelligence-led policing in Honduras: Applying Sleipnir and social psychology to understand gang proliferation, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 30(2): 112-123. [online first paper]
Wood, JD, Taylor, CJ, Groff, ER, & Ratcliffe, JH (2015) Aligning policing and public health promotion: Insights from the world of foot patrol, Police Practice and Research, 16(3): 211–223. [paper]
Sorg, ET, Wood, JD, Groff, ER, Ratcliffe, JH (2014) Boundary noncompliance during place-based policing evaluations: A research note, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51(3): 377-393. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Strang, SJ, Taylor, JH (2014) Assessing the success factors of organized crime groups: Intelligence challenges for strategic thinking, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37(1): 206-227[paper]
Wood, JD, Sorg, ET, Ratcliffe, JH, Groff, ER, Taylor, CJ (2014) Cops as treatment providers: Realities and ironies of police work in a foot patrol experiment, Policing and Society, 24(3): 362-379. [paper]
Johnson, L, Taylor, RB, Ratcliffe, JH (2013) Need drugs, will travel? The distances to crime of illegal drug buyers, Journal of Criminal Justice, 41(3): 178-187. [paper]
Sorg, ET, Haberman, CP, Ratcliffe, JH, & Groff, ER (2013) Foot patrol in violent crime hot spots: Longitudinal impacts of deterrence and post treatment effects of displacement, Criminology, 51(1): 65-101. [paper]
Groff, ER, Johnson, L, Ratcliffe, JH & Wood, JD (2013) Exploring the relationship between foot and car patrol in violent crime areas, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 36 (1): 119-139. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2012) The spatial extent of criminogenic places on the surrounding environment: A change-point regression of violence around bars, Geographical Analysis, 44(4): 302-320. [paper]
Wyant, BR, Taylor, RB, Ratcliffe, JH & Wood, J (2012) Deterrence, firearm arrests, and subsequent shootings: A micro-level spatio-temporal analysis, Justice Quarterly, 29(4): 524-545. [paper]
Junger, M, Laycock, G, Hartel, P and Ratcliffe, JH (2012) Crime science: editorial statement. Crime Science, 1(1), 1-3. [paper]
Haberman, CP & Ratcliffe, JH (2012) The predictive policing challenges of near repeat armed street robberies, Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 6(2): 151-166. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Taniguchi, T, Groff, ER & Wood, JD (2011) The Philadelphia Foot Patrol Experiment: A randomized controlled trial of police patrol effectiveness in violent crime hotspots, Criminology, 49(3): 795-831. [paper]
Taniguchi, TA, Ratcliffe, JH & Taylor, RB (2011) Gang set space, drug markets, and crime around drug corners in Camden, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 48(3): 327-363. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Breen, C (2011) Crime diffusion and displacement: Measuring the side effects of police operations, Professional Geographer, 63(2): 230-243. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2010) The spatial dependency of crime increase dispersion, Security Journal, 23(1): 18-36. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Walden, K (2010) State police and the intelligence center: A study of intelligence flow to and from the street, Journal of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, 19(1): 1-19. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Taniguchi, T, and Taylor, RB (2009) The crime reduction effects of public CCTV cameras: A multi-method spatial approach, Justice Quarterly, 26(4): 746-770. [paper]
McCord, ES and Ratcliffe, JH (2009) Intensity value analysis and the criminogenic effects of land use features on local crime patterns, Crime Patterns and Analysis, 2(1): 17-30. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Taniguchi, T (2008) Is crime higher around drug-gang street corners? Two spatial approaches to the relationship between gang set spaces and local crime levels, Crime Patterns and Analysis, 1(1): 23-46. [paper]
Townsley, M, Johnson, SD and Ratcliffe, JH (2008) Space time dynamics of insurgent activity in Iraq, Security Journal, 21(3): 139-146. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Guidetti, R (2008) State police investigative structure and the adoption of intelligence-led policing, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 31(1): 109-128. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Rengert, GF (2008) Near repeat patterns in Philadelphia shootings, Security Journal, 21(1-2): 58-76. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2007) ‘Integrated intelligence and crime analysis: Enhanced information management for law enforcement leaders’. Police Foundation: Washington DC. [report]
McCord, ES, Ratcliffe, JH, Garcia, RM & Taylor, RB (2007) Nonresidential crime attractors and generators elevate perceived neighborhood crime and incivilities, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 44(3): 295-320. [paper]
Taylor, RB, Ratcliffe, JH, Dote, L., and Lawton, B (2007) Roles of neighborhood race and status in the middle stages of jury selection, Journal of Criminal Justice, 35(4): 391-403. [paper]
Johnson, SD, Bernasco, W, Bowers, KJ, Elffers, H, Ratcliffe, JH, Rengert, GF and Townsley, M (2007) Space-time patterns of risk: A cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 23 (3): 201-219. [paper]
McCord, ES and Ratcliffe, JH (2007) A micro-spatial analysis of the demographic and criminogenic environment of drug markets in Philadelphia, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 40(1): 43-63. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2006) A temporal constraint theory to explain opportunity-based spatial offending patterns, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 43 (3): 261-291. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2006) ‘Video surveillance of public places’. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police, Response Guides Series No 4. US Department of Justice (Office of Community Oriented Policing Services): Washington DC. [publication]
Ratcliffe, JH (2005) The effectiveness of police intelligence management: A New Zealand case study, Police Practice and Research, 6 (5): 435-451. [paper]
Walsh, P and Ratcliffe, JH (2005) Strategic criminal intelligence education: A collaborative approach, Journal of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, 16 (2): 152-166. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH, Biles, D, Green, T. and Miller, S. (2005) Drug-related complaints against police: some findings from a New South Wales study, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 28 (1): 69-83. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2005) Detecting spatial movement of intra-region crime patterns over time, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 21 (1): 103-123. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2004) Crime mapping and the training needs of law enforcement, European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 10 (1): 65-83. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH and Makkai, T (2004) Diffusion of benefits: Evaluating a policing operation, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, 278: 1-6. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2004) The Hotspot Matrix: A framework for the spatio-temporal targeting of crime reduction, Police Practice and Research, 5 (1): 7-25. [paper]
Makkai, T, Ratcliffe, JH, Veraar, K and Collins, L (2004) ‘ACT recidivist offenders’, Research and Public Policy Series, 54, Australian Institute of Criminology. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2004) Geocoding crime and a first estimate of a minimum acceptable hit rate, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 18 (1): 61-72. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2003) Intelligence-led policing, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, 248: 1-6. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2003) Suburb boundaries and residential burglars, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, 246: 1-6. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2002) Damned if you don’t, damned if you do: Crime mapping and its implications in the real world, Policing and Society. 12 (3): 211-225. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2002) Burglary reduction and the myth of displacement, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, 232: 1-6. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2002) Aoristic signatures and the temporal analysis of high volume crime patterns, Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 18 (1): 23-43. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2002) Intelligence-led policing and the problems of turning rhetoric into practice, Policing and Society. 12 (1): 53-66. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2001) Policing urban burglary, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, 213: 1-6. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2001) On the accuracy of TIGER type geocoded address data in relation to cadastral and census areal units, International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 15 (5): 473-485. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH & McCullagh, M. (2001) Chasing ghosts? Police perception of high crime areas, British Journal of Criminology, 41 (2): 330-341. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2000) Aoristic analysis: the spatial interpretation of unspecific temporal events, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 14 (7): 669-679. [paper]
Dupont, B & Ratcliffe, JH (2000) Juste des punaises sur une carte?: Quelques considérations critiques sur la cartographie criminelle, Les Cahiers de la Securite Interieure, 41: 229-243. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH (2000) Implementing and integrating crime mapping into a police intelligence environment, International Journal of Police Science and Management, 2 (4): 313-323. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH & McCullagh, MJ (1999) Hotbeds of crime and the search for spatial accuracy, Journal of Geographical Systems, 1 (4): 385-398. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH & McCullagh, MJ (1999) Burglary, Victimisation, and Social Deprivation, Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, 1 (2): 37-46. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH & McCullagh, MJ (1998) Aoristic crime analysis, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 12 (7): 751-764. [paper]
Ratcliffe, JH & McCullagh, MJ (1998) Identifying repeat victimisation with GIS, British Journal of Criminology, 38 (4): 651-662. [paper]