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Lancashire Constabulary. (2002). Crankshaft.Submission for the Tilley Award for Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing.
Laycock, G. (1991). Operation Identification or the Power of Publicity? Security Journal 2(2): 67-71.
Loder and Bayly Ltd. (1986). Bicycle Theft Research Project: A Report to the State Bicycle Committee. Victoria, Australia: Ministry of Transport.
London Metropolitan Police (2006), unpublished Camden bike theft report. Cited in Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A. and Thorpe, A. (2008) Bicycle theft. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police Series. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
Londono, E. (2007). As Web Fuels Bike Thefts, Victims Turn Vigilantes. Washington Post, August 26.
Malek, N. (2000). You Think your Bike is Safe? It’s Gone! Bicycling, July: 50-58.
Matthews, K. (2007). Cycling gains ground in NYC. USA Today, October 7th.
Mercat, N., and F. Heran (2003). Bicycle Theft in France. In, R. Tolley (ed.), Sustainable Transport: Planning for Walking and Cycling in Urban Environments. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press; Cambridge, UK: Woodhead Publishing.
National Bicycle Dealers Association (2007). Industry Overview.
Neistat Brothers. Bike Thief, 2004. [Film] USA.
Nicholas, S., D. Povey, A. Walker, and C. Kershaw (2005). Crime in England and Wales 2004/2005.
The Home Office, London.
Nicholas, S., Kershaw, C. and Walker, A. (2007) Crime in England and Wales 2006/7. Home Office Statistical Bulletin 11/07. London: Home Office.
Nuttall, S. (2001). Bringing Down Cycle Theft in Cambridge. Cambridge, U.K.: Parkside Police Station.