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Prof. Wim Bernasco

Wim Bernasco

Senior Researcher

Telephone: +31(0)6 2958 6451
Email: WBernasco@nscr.nl

Related websites:
www.wimbernasco.nl
research.vu.nl/en/persons/w-bernasco

Research areas

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  • Spatial analysis of crime
  • Crime location choice
  • Offender mobility
  • Situational causes of crime
  • Research methods in criminology
  • Analysis of video footage of crime
  • Interactions between offenders, victims and bystanders
Involved in theme(s)
2013-22 Endowed professor Spatial analysis of crime, VU University
2000-now Senior Researcher, NSCR
1999-00 Researcher, Research and Documentation Centre (WODC), Ministry of Justice and Security
1998-99 Assistant professor, Department of Psychology, Leiden University
1998 Researcher, Institute for Labour Studies (OSA)
1994-98 Postdoc, Department of Sociology, Utrecht University
1994 PhD degree in Social Science, Utrecht Universit
1989 MSc degree in Psychology (cum laude), Leiden University
1987-89 junior researcher, Department of Clinical Psychology, Leiden University

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2013

F Weerman; W Bernasco; G Bruinsma; L Pauwels
When is spending time with peers related to delinquency? The importance of where, what and with whom.
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S Jacques; W Bernasco
Drug dealing: Amsterdam's Red Light District
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R Svensson; L Pauwels; F M Weerman; G J N Bruinsma; W Bernasco
Moral emotions and offending: Do feelings of anticipated shame and guilt mediate the effect of socialization on offending
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M R Lindegaard; W Bernasco; S Jacques; B Zevenbergen
Posterior gaines and immediate pains. Offender emotions before, during and after robberies
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G J N Bruinsma; W Huisman; W Bernasco; S Ruiter
Analyticus en bruggenbouwer
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W Bernasco; R Block
Discrete choice modeling
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W Bernasco; R Block; N Levine; I Cahill
The CrimeStat Discrete Choice Module
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S Ruiter; W Bernasco; W Huisman; G Bruinsma
Eenvoud en verscheidenheid: Liber Amicorum voor Henk Elffers
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S Ruiter; W Bernasco; M Lammers
Waar zal Henk nooit een auto parkeren? Een studie naar de ruimtelijke spreiding van auto-inbraken
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Overvallen vanuit daderperspectief. Situationele aspecten van gewelddadige, niet-gewelddadige en afgeblazen overvallen.
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M Lammers; W Bernasco
Are mobile offenders less likely to be caught? The influence of the geographical dispersion of serial offenders' crime locations on their probability of arrest.
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M Lammers; W Bernasco
Reizende criminelen langer uit handen van de politie
Miscellaneous
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M Lammers; W Bernasco; TheTest LeGrand
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Bruinsma J N Gerben; L J R Pauwels; Weerman M Frank; Bernasco Wim
Social disorganisation, social capital,collective efficacy and the spatial distributionof crime and offenders. An empirical test of six neighbourhood models for a Dutch city
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Bernasco Wim; Bruinsma J N Gerben; L J R Pauwels; Weerman M Frank
Adolescent delinquency and diversity in behavior settings
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Bernasco Wim; Ruiter Stijn; Bruinsma J N Gerben; L J R Pauwels; Weerman M Frank
Situational Causes of Offending. A fixed Effects Analysis of Space-Time Budget Data
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2012

M Lammers; W Bernasco; H Elffers
How long do offenders escape arrest? : Using dna traces to analyse when serial offenders are caught.
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2011

L Pauwels; F Weerman; G Bruinsma; W Bernasco
Perceived sanction risk, individual propensity and adolescent offending : Assessing key findings from the deterrence literature in a Dutch sample.
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Delinquentie en criminaliteit in stadsbuurten
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W Bernasco; R Block
Robberies in Chicago : A Block-level analysis of the influence of crime generators, crime attractors, and offender anchor points.
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M Lammers; W Bernasco; K van de Beek
Criminologisch onderzoek met DNA-sporen
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2010

G J N Bruinsma; W Bernasco; H Elffers
Ruimtelijke verplaatsing van criminaliteit : Theorie, methodologie en empirie.
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Felson, Marcus K. : Crime and nature
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Learnig about crime from criminals : Editor's introduction.
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Modeling micro-level crime location choice : Application of the discrete choice framework to crime at places
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Offenders on offending : Learning about crime from criminals
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A sentimental journey to crime : Effects of residential history on crime location choice
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Statistical analysis of spatial crime data.
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A A J Blokland; K Grimbergen; W Bernasco; P Nieuwbeerta
Criminaliteit en etniciteit : Criminele carrieres van autochtone en allochtone jongeren uit het geboortecohort 1984.
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W Bernasco; T Kooistra
Effects of residential history on commercial robbers' crime location choices.
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W Bernasco; T Kooistra
Terug naar vertrouwd terrein : Misdaad vaak in voormalige woonbuurt dader.
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W Bernasco; T Kooistra
Terug van weggeweest : Daders plegen vaak misdrijven in hun oude buurt.
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A Leerkes; W Bernasco
The spatial concentration of illegal residence and neighborhood safety
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2009

R Block; W Bernasco
Finding a serial burglar's home using distance decay and conditional origin-destination patterns : A test of empirical bayes journey-to-crime estimation in The Hague.
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Burglary
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Foraging strategies of homo criminalis : Lessons from behavioral ecology.
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D Weisburd; W Bernasco; G J N Bruinsma
Putting crime in its place : Units of analysis in geographic criminology
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Zij weer? : Over inbrekers die twee keer langskomen.
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D Weisburd; W Bernasco; G J N Bruinsma
Units of analysis in geographic criminology : Historical development, critical issues, and open questions.
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W Bernasco; R Block
Where offenders choose to attack : A discrete choice model of robberies in Chicago
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2008

Them again? : Same-offender involvement in repeat and near repeat burglaries.
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Verwee, I., Ponsaers, P. & Enhus, E. (2007): 'Inbreken is mijn vak'. Textuur en praktijk van woninginbraak. - Den Haag : Boom Juridische Uitgevers, 207 pp.
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D M Reynald; M D E Averdijk; H Elffers; W Bernasco
Do social barriers affect urban crime trips? : The effect of ethnic and economic neighbourhood compositions on the flow of crime in The Hague, The Netherlands.
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Woongeschiedenis en de keuze van een plaats delict : Plegen daders misdrijven in hun voormalige woonbuurten?
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Ruimtelijke aspecten van diefstal in de detailhandel : Secundaire analyse van de Monitor Criminaliteit Bedrijfsleven (foto-bijlage)
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H Elffers; D M Reynald; M D E Averdijk; W Bernasco; R Block
Modelling crime flow between neighbourhoods in terms of distance and of intervening opportunities.
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2007

S D Johnson; W Bernasco; K J Bowers; H Elffers; J Ratcliffe; G Rengert; M Townsley
Space-time patterns of risk : A cross national assessment of residential burglary victimization
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Demografie en misdaad in stadsbuurten: theortetische en empirische relaties.
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Foerageerstrategieën van Homo Criminalis : Wat kunnen we leren van de gedragsecologie?
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Inbraak bij de buren? Wees op je hoede!
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