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1991
Buerger, Michael E. Convincing the Recalcitrant: Reexamining the Minneapolis RECAP (Repeat Call Address Policing) Experiment. Dissertation, Rutgers State University of New Jersey.
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1992
Buerger, Michael E. Defensive strategies of the street-level drug trade. Journal of Crime and Justice. XV, (2), 31-51.
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1996
Cohn, Ellen G. The effect of weather and temporal variations on calls for police service. American Journal of Police. XV, (1), 23-43.
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1995
Sherman, Lawrence W. Hot spots of crime and criminal careers of places. Crime and Place: Crime Prevention Studies. Monsey, NY: Willow Tree Press.
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1989
Sherman, Lawrence W.,  Gartin, Patrick R.,  Buerger, Michael E. Hot Spots of Predatory Crime: Routine Activities and the Criminology of Place. Criminology. 27, (1), 27-55.
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1995
Farrell, Graham . Preventing repeat victimization. Building a Safer Society: Strategic Approaches to Crime Prevention. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Cicago Press.
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1994
Buerger, Michael E. The problems of problem-solving: Resistance, interdependencies, and conflicting interests. American Journal of Police. 13, (3), 1-36.
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1987
Sherman, Lawrence W. Repeat Calls to Police in Minneapolis. Crime Control Report #4. NCJ 104431, Washington, DC: Crime Control Institute.
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1998
Buerger, Michael E.,  Mazarolle, Lorraine Green . Third-party policing: A theoretical analysis of an emerging trend. Justice Quarterly. 15, (2), 301-327.
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