Talk:Michael Maltz

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Quantitative criminology[edit]

Mike Maltz is a significant contributor to academic knowledge regarding quantitative criminology. A group of experts will be invited to contribute to this page over the next week or so. This page should not be deleted.

Mike has been a major force in integrating criminological and policing research from the academic to the practical. His contributions to the literature on policing have enlightened police executives to the value of the academy in informing policy making and implementation. He is an active advocate to the academic community of the value that police organizations can play in providing fertile research environments. He is amongst the ranks of the few researchers successfully capable of spanning both the academic and practioner worlds and has facilitated significant advances in both.

Worksection removed[edit]

Due to possible violation of copyright, see WP:Copyvio, I have removed the worksection of this article for now. -- Marcel Douwe Dekker (talk) 09:22, 10 October 2009 (UTC)

However, virtually all of the work has been funded by US or state governmental agencies, which have no copyright restrictions.

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