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Alison, L., Goodwill, A., Almond, L., van den Heuvel, C., and Winter, J. (2010). Pragmatic solutions to offender profiling and behavioural investigative advice. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 15, 115-132.
Belnap, A. (2011). Tinker at a breaking point: Why the specter of cyberbullying cannot excuse impermissible public school regulation of off-campus student speech. Brigham Young University Law Review, 2011(2), 501-534.
Cooley, A. H. (2011). Guarding against a radical redefinition of liability for Internet misrepresentation: The United States v. Drew prosecution and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Journal of Internet Law, 14(8), 1, 15–28.
Groff, E. R., Weisburd, D., and Yang, S.M. (2010). Is it important to examine crime trends at a local ‘‘micro’’ level?: A longitudinal analysis of street to street variability in crime trajectories. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 26, 7–32.
Henson, B., Reyns, B. W., and Fisher, B.S. (2011). Security in the 21st century examining the link between online social network activity, privacy, and interpersonal victimization. Criminal Justice Review, 36(3), 253-268.
Reyns, B. W. (2010). A situational crime prevention approach to cyberstalking victimization: Preventive tactics for Internet users and online place managers. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 12(2), 99-119.
Shekhter, S. (2011). Every step you take, they'll be watching you: The legal and practical implications of lifetime GPS monitoring of sex offenders. Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, 38(1085), 1-30.