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Books and Book Chapters
Santos,R.G., & Santos, R.B. (2020). Stratified policing: An organizational model for proactive crime reduction and accountability. Rowman & Littlefield.
Santos, R.B. (2022). Crime analysis with crime mapping (5th Edition). Sage Publications.
Santos, R.B., & Santos, R.G. (2020). Construction site theft and burglary in Port St. Lucie, Florida. In Scott, M.S. & Clarke, R.V. (Eds.). Chapter 22. Problem-oriented policing: Successful case studies. Crime Science Series. Routledge.
Owen, S.S., Fradella, H.F., Burke, T.W., & Joplin, J.W. (2019). Foundations of criminal justice (3rd ed.). Oxford University Press.
Santos, R.B. (2019). Critic: Predictive policing: Where’s the evidence? In Weisburd, D. & Braga, A.A. (Eds.) Police innovation: Contrasting perspectives (pp. 366-398). University of Cambridge Press.
Santos, R.B., & Santos, R. G. (2019). The role of technology in hot spots policing. In Utecht, C. (ed.). Current issues in policing (pp. 195-208). ognella.
Santos, R.B. (2015). Routine activity theory: A cornerstone of police crime analyst work. In M. Andresen & G. Farrell (Eds.) (pp 108-114). The criminal act: The role and influence of routine activity theory. Palgrave Macmillan.