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Cody W. Telep
Cody W. Telep
Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Arizona State University
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Community-oriented policing to reduce crime, disorder and fear and increase satisfaction and legitimacy among citizens: a systematic review
C Gill, D Weisburd, CW Telep, Z Vitter, T Bennett
Journal of experimental criminology 10 (4), 399-428, 2014
6572014
Is problem‐oriented policing effective in reducing crime and disorder? Findings from a Campbell systematic review
D Weisburd, CW Telep, JC Hinkle, JE Eck
Criminology & Public Policy 9 (1), 139-172, 2010
4362010
Procedural justice and legal compliance
DS Nagin, CW Telep
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 13 (1), 2017
4142017
The evidence-based policing matrix
C Lum, CS Koper, CW Telep
Journal of Experimental Criminology 7 (1), 3-26, 2011
4042011
Hot Spots Policing What We Know and What We Need to Know
D Weisburd, CW Telep
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30 (2), 200-220, 2014
3082014
How much time should the police spend at crime hot spots? Answers from a police agency directed randomized field trial in Sacramento, California
CW Telep, RJ Mitchell, D Weisburd
Justice Quarterly 31 (5), 905-933, 2014
2512014
What is known about the effectiveness of police practices in reducing crime and disorder?
CW Telep, D Weisburd
Police Quarterly 15 (4), 331-357, 2012
2372012
Receptivity to research in policing
C Lum, CW Telep, CS Koper, J Grieco
Justice Research and Policy 14 (1), 61-95, 2012
2162012
The effects of problem‐oriented policing on crime and disorder
D Weisburd, CW Telep, JC Hinkle, JE Eck
Campbell Systematic Reviews 4 (1), 1-87, 2008
1912008
Place matters
D Weisburd, AA Braga, CW Telep, B Cave, JE Eck, K Bowers, G Bruinsma, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2016
1772016
Could innovations in policing have contributed to the New York City crime drop even in a period of declining police strength?: The case of stop, question and frisk as a hot …
D Weisburd, CW Telep, BA Lawton
Justice Quarterly 31 (1), 129-153, 2014
168*2014
The receptivity of officers to empirical research and evidence-based policing: An examination of survey data from three agencies
CW Telep, C Lum
Police Quarterly 17 (4), 359-385, 2014
1482014
Procedural justice and legal compliance: A revisionist perspective
DS Nagin, CW Telep
Criminology & Public Policy, 2020
1462020
Problem‐oriented policing for reducing crime and disorder: An updated systematic review and meta‐analysis
JC Hinkle, D Weisburd, CW Telep, K Petersen
Campbell Systematic Reviews 16 (2), e1089, 2020
1252020
The impact of higher education on police officer attitudes toward abuse of authority
CW Telep
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 22 (3), 392-419, 2011
1182011
Displacement of crime and diffusion of crime control benefits in large-scale geographic areas: a systematic review
CW Telep, D Weisburd, CE Gill, Z Vitter, D Teichman
Journal of Experimental Criminology 10 (4), 515-548, 2014
1122014
The effects of procedural injustice during police–citizen encounters: A factorial vignette study
MD Reisig, RD Mays, CW Telep
Journal of Experimental Criminology 14, 49-58, 2018
912018
Police officer receptivity to research and evidence-based policing: examining variability within and across agencies
CW Telep
Crime & Delinquency 63 (8), 976-999, 2017
872017
Reforming the police through procedural justice training: A multicity randomized trial at crime hot spots
D Weisburd, CW Telep, H Vovak, T Zastrow, AA Braga, B Turchan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (14), e2118780119, 2022
792022
An Evidence-Assessment of the Recommendations of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing: Implementation and Research Priorities
C Lum, C Koper, C Gill, J Hibdon, C Telep, L Robinson
672016
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