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David Weisburd

Author of Statistics in Criminal Justice

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David L. Weisburd (b. 1954) is a leading American criminologist and Distinguished Professor at George Mason University, where he heads the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy. Known particularly for his work on policing, white-collar crime, and the criminology of place, he is an elected Fellow of the Academy of Experimental Criminology and an Honorary Fellow of the American Society of Criminology. (His other honors, awards and positions are too numerous to even summarize here.) Weisburd received his undergraduate education at Shimer College and Brandeis University, and his master's and doctoral degrees from Yale University. He has authored more than twenty books and more than a hundred scholarly articles; his better-known works include Statistics in Criminal Justice and Putting Crime in Its Place. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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