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Publications--jOURNAL aRTICLES & bOOK cHAPTERS

Journal Articles & Book Chapters

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"Foreword"
in Financial Supervision in the 21st Century, A. Joanne Kellerman, Jakob de Haan & Femke de Vries (eds.), Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2013. pp v - ix.
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Unravelling a Risk-Management Challenge
Chapter 3, in Ports in a Storm: Public Management in a Turbulent World, John D. Donahue & Mark H. Moore (eds.), Brookings Institution Press, Washington DC, 2012. pp25-54.
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Crime Control through a Regulatory Approach: Joining the Regulatory Fold
Invited Policy Essay, Criminology & Public Policy, Vol. 11, Issue 2, May 2012. pp345-359.

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Governing Science
New Perspectives in Policing. National Institute of Justice, Washington D.C. & The Program in Criminal Justice Policy & Management, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. January 2011.
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National Institute
of Justice

HKS Program on CJ Policy & Mgmt

"One Week in Heron City" Cases (A), (B), & Teaching Note
New Perspectives in Policing. National Institute of Justice, Washington D.C. & The Program in Criminal Justice Policy & Management, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. September 2009. The Teaching Note is not available online, but is available (free) upon request from the HKS Program on Criminal Justice Policy & Management. Contact: Brian_Welch@harvard.edu


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National Institute
of Justice

HKS Program on CJ Policy & Mgmt

(Part A), (Part B)

Fraud in the U.S. Health Care System: Exposing the Vulnerabilities of Automated Payment Systems
[invited paper] Social Research: An International Quarterly of the Social Sciences, Vol. 75, No. 4, Winter 2008. pp1151-1180
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Corruption in Health Care Systems: The American Experience
In Global Corruption Report 2006: Special Focus: Corruption & Health, Transparency International, Berlin, Germany. 2006. pp16-22
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Transparency
International

Fraud Control in the Health Care Industry: Assessing the State of the Art
Research in Brief, National Institute of Justice, Washington D.C., February 1999

Reprinted in: Readings in White-Collar Crime, David Shichor, Larry Gaines & Richard Ball, eds. Waveland Press. Prospect Heights, Illinois, 2002
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National Institute
of Justice

Health Care Fraud Control: Understanding the Challenge
Journal of Insurance Medicine, Vol. 28, No. 2. November 1996. pp86-96
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AAIMedicine

Innovation in Policing: From Production Lines to Jobs Shops
Mark H. Moore, Malcolm K. Sparrow & William Spelman, in Innovation in American Government: Challenges, Opportunities and Dilemmas, Alan A. Altshuler and Robert D. Behn (eds.), Brookings Institution, Washington D.C. 1997. pp274-298
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The State of the Fraud Control Game; and the Impact of Electronic Claims Processing on Fraud and Fraud Control
1994 International Symposium on Criminal Justice Information Systems and Technology. Sponsored by SEARCH/BJA. Washington D.C. August 1994. Proceedings.
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Information Management in Support of Emerging Strategies of Policing
1994 International Symposium on Criminal Justice Information Systems and Technology. Sponsored by SEARCH/BJA. Washington D.C. August 1994. Proceedings.
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Measuring AFIS Matcher Accuracy: Statistical Considerations & Benchmarking Principles
Police Chief. Volume LXI, No.4. April 1994. pp147-151
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Integrating Distinct Managerial Styles: The Challenge for Police Leadership
American Journal of Police, Volume 12, No.2, 1992. pp1-16
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Informing Enforcement
Informatization and the Public Sector, Vol.2, 1992. pp197-212
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Complaints Against Police and Departmental Management: Making the Connection
Police Chief, International Association of Chiefs of Police. Gaithersburg, Maryland. Vol. LIX, No. 8, August 1992. pp65-78
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NCJRS (Abstract)

A Linear Algorithm for Computing Automorphic Equivalence Classes: The Numerical Signatures Approach
Social Networks, Vol. 15, 1993. pp151-170
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Through Harvard
University Library

Information Systems and the Development of Policing
Perspectives on Policing, No. 16. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice,
Washington D.C., March 1993
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National Institute
of Justice

Network Vulnerabilities and Strategic Intelligence
International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Volume 5, No.3, Fall 1991 (Published July 1992) pp255-274

Reprinted in: Criminal Detection and the Psychology of Crime, David V. Canter and Laurence J. Alison, eds. Dartmouth Publishing. Aldershot, England, 1997. pp461-484
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Simson.net

 

ScienceDirect
Abstract

The Application of Network Analysis to Criminal Intelligence: An Assessment of the Prospects
Social Networks, Vol. 13, No.3, September 1991. pp251-274
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From Data Warehouse to Information Craft Shop: The Changing Shape of Information Support for Environmental Protection
Environment International, Vol. 18, 1992. pp3-9
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ScienceDirect
Abstract

Information Systems: Helping or Hindering the Evolution of Policing
Police Chief. International Association of Chiefs of Police. Gaithersburg, Maryland. Vol. LVIII, No.4, April 1991. pp26-44
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Implementing Community Policing
Perspectives on Policing, No. 9, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington D.C., December 1988.

Reprinted in: Community Oriented Policing & Problem Solving, California Department of Justice, Attorney General's Office, Crime Prevention Center. November 1992. pp49-58.

Reprinted in: The Administration and Management of Criminal Justice Organizations, Stan Stojkovic, John Klofas & David Kalinich, eds. Waveland Press. Prospect Heights, Illinois. 1994
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National Institute
of Justice

Topological Coordinate Systems: Applications in Latent Mark Matching and Image Retrieval
Malcolm K. SPARROW and Penelope J. SPARROW, International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 1986. Proceedings pp235-243.
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A Topological Approach to the Matching of Single Fingerprints: Development of Algorithms
for Use on Latent Fingermarks

Malcolm K. SPARROW and Penelope J. SPARROW, National Bureau of Standards Special Publication no. 500-126. National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, October 1985.
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National Institute
of Science & Technology (NIST)

A Topological Approach to the Matching of Single Fingerprints: Development of Algorithms
for Use on Rolled Impressions

Malcolm K. SPARROW and Penelope J. SPARROW, National Bureau of Standards Special Publication no. 500-124. National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, May 1985.
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National Criminal
Justice Reference
Service (NCJRS)

Topological Coding of Single Fingerprints for Automated Comparison
Malcolm K. SPARROW and Penelope J. SPARROW, Carnahan Conference on Security Technology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA. May 1985. Proceedings pp149-157.
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Digital Coding of Single Fingerprints--A New Approach for the Computer Age
Journal of Police Science and Administration, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA. Vol X, No.2, June 1982, pp206-217
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NCJRS (Abstract)

   
   
   
   








 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   


 


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