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2014
Alderden, Megan,  Skogan, Wesley G. The place of civilians in policing. Policing. 37, (2), 259-284.
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2013
McCarty, William P.,  Skogan, Wesley G. Job-related burnout among civilian and sworn police personnel. Police Quarterly. 16, (1), 66-84.
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2009
Skogan, Wesley G. Concern about crime and confidence in the police: Reassurance or Accountability?. Police Quarterly. 12, (3), 301-318.
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2005
Skogan, Wesley G. Citizen satisfaction with police encounters. Police Quarterly. 8, (3), 298-321.
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1999
Hartnett, Susan M.,  Skogan, Wesley G. Community policing: Chicago's experience. National Institute of Justice Journal. 2-11.
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1998
Lurigio, Arthur,  Skogan, Wesley G. Community Policing in Chicago: Bringing Officers on Board. Police Quarterly. 1, 1-25.
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1994
Lurigio, Arthur J.,  Skogan, Wesley G. Winning the hearts and minds of police officers: An assessment of staff perceptions of community policing in Chicago. Crime and Delinquency. 40, (3), 315-330.
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1994
Wycoff, Mary Ann,  Skogan, Wesley G. The effect of a community policing management style on officers' attitudes. Crime and Delinquency. 40, (3), 371-383.
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1987
Skogan, Wesley G. The impact of victimization on fear. Crime and Delinquency. 33, (1), 135-154.
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1987
Skogan, Wesley G.,  Wycoff, Mary Ann . Some unexpected effects of a police service for victims. Crime and Delinquency. 33, (4), 190-501.
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