Richard Rosenfeld, Karen Terry, Preeti Chauhan
April 24, 2020 Forthcoming
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ISBN 9780367481599 - CAT# 366125
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This book explores New York City’s historic crime drop over the past quarter of a century. New York City’s dramatic crime decline is a real brainteaser. No one predicted it and, as of yet, no one has explained it, at least to the satisfaction of most social scientists who study crime trends.
Three strategic lessons emerge from the contributions to this volume on New York’s crime drop. It is suggested that future research should:
The contributors to Understanding New York’s Crime Drop aim to provoke expanded and sustained attention to crime trends in New York and elsewhere.
This book was originally published as a special issue of the journal, Justice Quarterly.
Introduction: New York’s Crime Drop Puzzle, Richard Rosenfeld, Karen Terry & Preeti Chauhan
Chapter 1: Evaluating Contemporary Crime Drop(s) in America, New York City, and Many Other Places, Eric P. Baumer & Kevin T. Wolff
Chapter 2: Placing the Crime Decline in Context: A Comment on Baumer and Wolff, Lauren J. Krivo
Chapter 3: Area Differences and Time Trends in Crime Reporting: Comparing New York with Other Metropolitan Areas, Min Xie
Chapter 4: The New York City Police Department, its Crime Control Strategies and Organizational Changes, 1970-2009, Michael D. White
Chapter 5: The Impact of Police Stops on Precinct Robbery and Burglary Rates in New York City, 2003-2010, Richard Rosenfeld & Robert Fornango
Chapter 6: Stop, Question, and Assess: Comments on Rosenfeld and Fornango, Steven F. Messner & Eric P. Baumer
Chapter 7: 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 Spots Policing Strategy, David Weisburd, Cody W. Telep & Brian A. Lawton
Chapter 8: Studying New York City’s Crime Decline: Methodological Issues, David F. Greenberg
Chapter 9: Time Series Properties of Crime Rate Changes: Comments Related to David Greenberg’s Paper, David McDowall