Critical Issues in Policing Contemporary Readings
Author ORCID Identifier
Justin Nix, UNO faculty, authored chapter 15 "Predictive Policing" (Section III: Management and Organization), pp.275-288.
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Long Grove, IL
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Nix, Justin, “Predictive Policing.” In Roger Dunham & Geoffrey Alpert (Eds.), Critical Issues in Policing: Contemporary Readings (7th Ed., pp. 275-88). Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.