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Adam, J. (1992). Bicycle Theft in South Australia.Proceedings of the National Bicycle conference, Melbourne, Australia. March 1992.
Birchard, K. (2007). Putting the brakes on bicycle theft. Chronicle of Higher education 55: 24.
Birmingham Community Safety Partnership, U.K. (2007). Birmingham Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2006/07.
Bold Creative / Bikeoff. Know the Enemy, 2006. [Film] UK.
Braiden, C.(1986). Bank Robberies and Stolen Bikes: Thoughts of a Street Cop. Canadian Police College Journal 10(1): 1-30.
British Crime Survey.
Brottsforebyggaqnde radet (BRA) (2001). Uppklaringsprocenten. Opubkcerat arbetsmaterial. Brottsforebyggande radet.
Bryan-Brown, K., and T. Savill (1997). Cycle Theft in Britain. TRL Report 284. Crowthorne, UK: Transport Research Laboratory.
Bullock, K., and N. Tilley (2003). From Strategy to Action: The Development and Implementation of Problem-Oriented Projects. In, K. Bullock and N. Tilley (ed.), Crime Reduction and Problem-Oriented Policing. Cullompton, U.K.: Willan.
Challinger, D.O. and A.A. Parker (1986). Bicycle Theft Research Project. Challinger and Parker Ltd. Victoria, Australia.
Citizen, The (2006). Trap cycle helps snare the thieves. The Citizen, 19th July, 2006.
Clarke, R.V. (1999). Hot Products: Understanding Anticipating and Reducing Demand for Stolen Goods. (Police Research Series Paper 112). London: Home Office Policing and Reducing Crime Unit.
Clarke, R.V, and J.E. Eck (2007). Understanding Risky Facilities. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police Series, Problem Solving Tools Series No. 6 Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
Cohen, L. E. and Felson, F. (1979). Social change and crime rate trends: A routine activity approach. American Sociological Review 44: 588-608.
Cook, E. (2006). University of Minnesota Patrol Members Prepare to Start Booting Bikes. Minnesota Daily, 18th April, 2006.