Ph.D. Yale University, New Haven, CT (Sociology) May 1985
M.Phil. Yale University, New Haven, CT (Sociology) May 1980
M.A. Yale University, New Haven, CT (Sociology) December 1978
B.A. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (Sociology, Magna Cum Laude) May 1976
Weisburd, David, and Malay K. Majmundar 2017 (Editors). Proactive Policing: Effects on Crime and Communities. Washington DC: The National Academies Press.
Weisburd, David, Anthony Braga, Elizabeth Groff, and Alese Wooditch. (2017) Can Hot Spots Policing Reduce Crime in Urban Areas? An Agent-Based Simulation.Criminology 55 (1):137-173.
Weisburd, David, Badi Hasisi, Efrat Shoham, Gali Aviv, and Noam Haviv. (2017). Reinforcing the Impacts of Work Release on Prisoner Recidivism: The Importance of Integrative Interventions. Journal of Experimental Criminology Volume 13 (2): 241–264
Weisburd, D., Farrington, D., and Gill, C. (2017). What works in crime prevention and rehabilitation: An assessment of systematic reviews. Criminology and Public Policy 16 (2):415-449
Weisburd, David et al. (2016). Place Matters: Criminology for the 21st Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Weisburd, David. (2016). Does hot spots policing inevitably lead to unfair and abusive police practices, or can we maximize both fairness and effectiveness in the new proactive policing? The University of Chicago Legal Forum. 2016 U. Chi. Legal F. 661.
Weisburd, David, Alese Wooditch, Sarit Weisburd and SueMing Yang. (2015). Do Stop, Question, and Frisk Practices Deter Crime: Evidence at Micro-units of Space and Time. Criminology and Public Policy 15:31-56.
Weisburd, David, Elizabeth Groff, Greg Jones, Breanne Cave, Karen Amendola, Sue-Ming Yang and Rupert Emison. (2015). The Dallas Patrol Management Experiment: Can AVL Technologies be Used to Harness Unallocated Patrol Time for Crime Prevention? Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11(3), 367-391.
Weisburd, David. (2015). The Law of Crime Concentration and the Criminology of Place. Criminology 53(2), 133-157.
Weisburd, David, Elizabeth Groff and SueMing Yang. (2012). The Criminology of Place: Street Segments And Our Understanding of the Crime Problem. Oxford: Oxford University Press