Michael D. Reisig
Michael D. Reisig
Criminology and Criminal Justice, Arizona State University
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Experience, quality of life, and neighborhood context: A hierarchical analysis of satisfaction with police
MD Reisig, RB Parks
Justice Quarterly 17 (3), 607-630, 2000
7632000
American Corrections
TR Clear, MD Reisig, GF Cole
Cengage Learning, 2019
7192019
Neighborhood context and police use of force
W Terrill, MD Reisig
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40 (3), 291-321, 2003
6652003
The construct validity and refinement of process-based policing measures
MD Reisig, J Bratton, MG Gertz
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (8), 1005-1028, 2007
5462007
Police disrespect toward the public: An encounter‐based analysis
SD Mastrofski, MD Reisig, JD McCluskey
Criminology 40 (3), 519-552, 2002
4042002
Routine online activity and Internet fraud targeting: Extending the generality of routine activity theory
TC Pratt, K Holtfreter, MD Reisig
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 47 (3), 267-296, 2010
3792010
Assessing recidivism risk across female pathways to crime
MD Reisig, K Holtfreter, M Morash
Justice Quarterly 23 (3), 384-405, 2006
3572006
Low self-control, routine activities, and fraud victimization
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, TC Pratt
Criminology 46 (1), 189-220, 2008
3282008
Poverty, state capital, and recidivism among women offenders
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, M Morash
Criminology & Public Policy 3 (2), 185-208, 2004
2852004
Procedural justice, police legitimacy, and helping the police fight crime: Results from a survey of Jamaican adolescents
MD Reisig, C Lloyd
Police Quarterly 12 (1), 42-62, 2009
2782009
Public perceptions of state police: An analysis of individual-level and contextual variables
ME Correia, MD Reisig, NP Lovrich
Journal of Criminal Justice 24 (1), 17-28, 1996
2561996
Procedural justice, legitimacy, and prisoner misconduct
MD Reisig, G Mesko
Psychology, Crime & Law 15 (1), 41-59, 2009
2452009
Citizen perceptions of community policing: Are attitudes toward police important?
MD Reisig, AL Giacomazzi
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 21 (3 …, 1998
2351998
The effects of expectancy disconfirmation on outcome satisfaction in police‐citizen encounters
MD Reisig, MS Chandek
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2001
1922001
Suspect disrespect toward the police
MD Reisig, JD McCluskey, SD Mastrofski, W Terrill
Justice quarterly 21 (2), 241-268, 2004
1872004
Low self-control and fraud: Offending, victimization, and their overlap
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, N Leeper Piquero, AR Piquero
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (2), 188-203, 2010
1832010
Can community policing help the truly disadvantaged?
MD Reisig, RB Parks
Crime & Delinquency 50 (2), 139-167, 2004
1822004
Public evaluations of police performance: An analysis across three levels of policing
MD Reisig, ME Correia
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 1997
1761997
Legal cynicism, legitimacy, and criminal offending: The nonconfounding effect of low self-control
MD Reisig, SE Wolfe, K Holtfreter
Criminal Justice and Behavior 38 (12), 1265-1279, 2011
1662011
Compliance with the law in Slovenia: The role of procedural justice and police legitimacy
MD Reisig, J Tankebe, G Mesko
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 20 (2), 259-276, 2014
1652014
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