Ph.D. (2002) University of Surrey
Dr. Miller has spent much of his career carrying out research in applied criminal justice settings, including six years working in the British Home Office and five years at the Vera Institute of Justice. He has led studies on a range of criminal justice topics, including police accountability, racial profiling, police corruption, juvenile delinquency, recidivism, alternatives to incarceration, and crime reduction and prevention.
Areas of Specialization
Miller, J. (Forthcoming). Individual offending, routine activities and activity settings: Re‐visiting the routine activity theory of general deviance. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.
Caplan, J. M., L. W. Kennedy, & J. Miller. 2011. Risk terrain modeling: Brokering criminological theory and GIS methods for crime forecasting. Justice Quarterly 28.
Miller, J. 2010. Stop and search in England. A reformed tactic or business as usual? British Journal of Criminology 50
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