Ph.D., 2012, Rutgers University-Newark, Criminal Justice
Research Interests: Crime Analysis, Crime Data, Motor Vehicle Theft, Victimless Crimes
Selected Presentations, Publications, and Technical Reports
Block, S. & Fujita, S. (2013). “Patterns of near repeat temporary and permanent motor vehicle thefts.” Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal. 15(2), 151-167.
Roberts, A. & Block, S. (2012). “Explaining permanent and temporary motor vehicle thefts in the United States: A crime-specific approach.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. Available Online First – doi: 10.1177/0022427812453143.
Block, S. (2012). “Characteristics of internationally trafficked stolen vehicles along the U.S.-Mexico border.” Western Criminology Review, 13(3), 1-14.
Block, S., Clarke, R.V., Maxfield, M.G., & Petrossian, G. (2011). Estimating the number of U.S. vehicles stolen for export using crime location quotients. In M.A. Andresen and J.B. Kinney. (Eds.). Patterns, Prevention, and Geometry of Crime, Crime Science Series (pp. 54-68). New York: Routledge.
Block, S. & Maxfield, M.G. (2011). Model national crime statistics: U.S. Uniform Crime Reports and the National Crime Victimization Survey. In M. Natarajan (Ed.). Introduction to International Criminal Justice. (pp. 455-462). New York: McGraw-Hill.