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Shah, S., I. Rahman, and A. Khashu (2007). Overcoming Language Barriers: Solutions for Law Enforcement. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
Sidebottom, A., Thorpe, A., and Johnson, S.D. (2007). An Evaluation of Design Based Interventions to Improve Cyclist’s Locking Practices. forthcoming.
Sidebottom, A., Thorpe, A. and Johnson, S. D. (in press). Using targeted publicity to reduce opportunities for bicycle theft: A demonstration and replication. European Journal of Criminology.
Sirkis, A. (2000). Bike Networking in Rio: the Challenges for Non-Motorized Transport in an Automobile-Dominated Government Culture. Local Environment vol. 5 (1): 83 – 95.
Smith, M.J., R.V. Clarke, and K. Pease (2002). Anticipatory Benefit in Crime Prevention. In, N. Tilley (ed.) Analysis for Crime Prevention, vol. 13: 71-88. Monsey NY: Criminal Justice Press.
Sokol, M. J. (1992). Bicycle Theft: Problems and Solutions. Selected Problems in Policing Seminar. The University of Wisconsin Law School.
Stevenson, R.J. and L.M.V. Forsythe (1998). The Stolen Goods Market in New South Wales: An Interview Study with Imprisoned Burglars. Sydney: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research.
Stockdale, J.E. and P. J .Gresham (1995). Combating Burglary: An evaluation of three strategies. Crime Detection & Prevention Series, Paper 59, London: Home Office.
Sutton, M., J. Schneider, and S. Hetherington, (2001). Tackling Theft with the Market Reduction Approach. Home Office Research Study 178. London: Home Office
Svensson, R. (2002). Bicycle Theft. In, Crime Trends in Sweden 1998-2000. Stockholm: BRA (Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention.).
Thorpe, A. (2007). Don’t Give Thieves an Easy Ride: A Design Against Crime Practice Review. Paper presented at the 15th Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis conference 2007, University College London, U.K., July 19th.
Transport for London (2007).