Ken Pease


NameKen Pease
Job titleProfessor of Policing
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences

Research outputs

Wise Policing: Soft Skills and Strong Principles

Moss, K. and Pease, K. 2022. Wise Policing: Soft Skills and Strong Principles . in: Kilgallon, M. and Wright, M. (ed.) Behavioural Skills for Policing: The Service Speaks St Albans Critical Publishing.

Built environment attributes and crime: an automated machine learning approach

Dakin, Kyle, Parkinson, Simon, Saad, Kahn, Monchuck, Leanne and Pease, Ken 2020. Built environment attributes and crime: an automated machine learning approach. Crime Science. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40163-020-00122-9

Police misconduct, protraction and the mental health of accused police officers

McDaniel, John L.M., Moss, Kate, Pease, Ken and Singh, Paramjit 2020. Police misconduct, protraction and the mental health of accused police officers. in: Routledge.

Are victims of crime mostly angry or mostly afraid?

Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2019. Are victims of crime mostly angry or mostly afraid? Crime Prevention and Community Safety.

Whatever happened to repeat victimisation?

Pease, Ken, Ignatans, Dainis and Batty, Lauren 2018. Whatever happened to repeat victimisation? Crime Prevention and Community Safety.

Crime concentrations: Hot dots, hot spots and hot flushes.

Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2018. Crime concentrations: Hot dots, hot spots and hot flushes. in: Oxford University Press.

Is it just a guessing game? The application of crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) to predict burglary.

Monchuk, Leanne, Pease, Ken and Armitage, Rachel 2018. Is it just a guessing game? The application of crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) to predict burglary. Planning Practice & Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2018.1510276

How to morph experience into evidence.

Roach, Jason and Pease, Ken 2017. How to morph experience into evidence. in: Routledge.

First-generation immigrant judgements of offence seriousness: evidence from the crime survey for England and Wales

Los, Greg, Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2017. First-generation immigrant judgements of offence seriousness: evidence from the crime survey for England and Wales. Crime Prevention and Community Safety. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41300-017-0019-2

Preventing repeat and near repeat crime concentrations.

Farrell, Graham and Pease, Ken 2017. Preventing repeat and near repeat crime concentrations. in: Routledge.

Preventing repeat and near repeat crime concentrations.

Farrell, Graham and Pease, Ken 2017. Preventing repeat and near repeat crime concentrations. in: Routledge.

Repeat victimisation.

Farrell, Graham and Pease, Ken 2016. Repeat victimisation. in: Routledge.

Evolutionary Psychology and Terrorism

Taylor, Max, Roach, Jason and Pease, Ken 2016. Evolutionary Psychology and Terrorism. Routledge.

Terrorism's footprint of fear

Roach, Jason, Pease, Ken and Charlotte, Sanson 2016. Terrorism's footprint of fear. in: Routledge.

Self-selection policing: Theory, research and practice.

Roach, Jason and Pease, Ken 2016. Self-selection policing: Theory, research and practice. Palgrave Macmillan.

On whom does the burden of crime fall now? Changes over time in counts and concentration.

Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2015. On whom does the burden of crime fall now? Changes over time in counts and concentration. International Review of Victimology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269758015610854

Taking crime seriously: Playing the weighting game

Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2015. Taking crime seriously: Playing the weighting game. Policing. https://doi.org/10.1093/police/pav029.

Distributive justice and the crime drop.

Ignatans, Dainis and Pease, Ken 2015. Distributive justice and the crime drop. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

Area and individual differences in personal crime victimisation incidence: The role of individual, lifestyle/routine activities and contextual predictors

Pease, Ken and Andromachi, Tseloni 2014. Area and individual differences in personal crime victimisation incidence: The role of individual, lifestyle/routine activities and contextual predictors. International Review of Victimology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269758014547991

Area and individual differences in personal crime victimization incidence.

Tseloni, Andromachi and Pease, Ken 2014. Area and individual differences in personal crime victimization incidence. International Review of Victimology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269758014547991

Voles don't take taxis

Pease, Ken 2014. Voles don't take taxis. Legal and Criminological Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12056

What have criminologists done for us lately?

Farrell, Graham and Pease, Ken 2014. What have criminologists done for us lately? in: Palgrave Macmillan.

A situational approach to heritage crime prevention.

Grove, Louise and Pease, Ken 2014. A situational approach to heritage crime prevention. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

Preventing crime and evoking altruism.

Pease, Ken 2014. Preventing crime and evoking altruism. in: Springer.

Using modeling to predict and prevent victimization.

Pease, Ken and Tseloni, Andromachi 2014. Using modeling to predict and prevent victimization. Springer.

Police overestimation of criminal career homogeneity

Pease, Ken and Roach, Jason 2013. Police overestimation of criminal career homogeneity. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling. https://doi.org/10.1002/jip.1405
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