Dr Lisa Tompson
Qualifications: MSc, PhD, FHEA
Personal Website: https://www.drlisatompson.com/
Lisa has worked in the field of Crime Science for 15 years. Prior to that she was a Police Crime Analyst in the UK. Her work focuses on research and analysis that can be used by policing and crime reduction practitioners to better understand and prevent crime.
I am interested in supervising student projects on crime analysis, crime prevention, emerging crimes and crimes to the environment.
Tompson, L., Davies, S., & Polaschek, D. (2022). Systematic evidence map of disparities in police outcomes: database. Retrieved from https://www.waikato.ac.nz/security-crime-science/research/evidence-map
Tompson, L., Steinbach, R., Johnson, S. D., Teh, C. S., Perkins, C., Edwards, P., & Armstrong, B. (2022). Absence of street lighting may prevent vehicle crime, but spatial and temporal displacement remains a concern. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. doi:10.1007/s10940-022-09539-8 Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/14804
Jerath, K., Tompson, L., & Belur, J. (2022). Treating and managing stalking offenders: findings from a multi-agency clinical intervention. Psychology, Crime & Law, 1-24. doi:10.1080/1068316x.2022.2057981
Tompson, L., Belur, J., Thornton, A., Bowers, K. J., Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A., . . . Laycock, G. (2021). How Strong is the Evidence-Base for Crime Reduction Professionals?. Justice Evaluation Journal, 4(1), 68-97. doi:10.1080/24751979.2020.1818275
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Crime; Data; Social Policy; Social Science Research; Statistics