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Davies, D.G., Emmerson, P. and G. Gardner (1998). Achieving the Aims of the National Cycling Strategy: Summary of TRL research. Crowthorne, Berkshire, TRL.
Dayton Police Department. (1999). Operation Registration: The Use of the SARA Model in Implementing a Bicycle Registration Program. Submission for the Herman Goldstein Award for Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing.
DeMaio, Paul J. (2000). Bycyklen – Copenhagen’s City Bike Program 15/01/2008.
Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (1997). Supply and Demand for Cycle Parking.
Department for Transport (DfT). (2006). Transport Trends 2006: Section 7: Safety.
Department for Transport (2007). Cycling: Personal Travel Factsheet.
Dutch Bike Theft Commercial [Film] NL: IVV Amsterdam.
Eck, J., R.V. Clarke and R. Guerette (2007). Risky Facilities: Crime Concentration in Homogeneous Sets of Facilities. In, G. Farrell, K. Bowers, S. Johnson and M. Townsley (ed.), Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honour of Ken Pease. Crime Prevention Studies, vol. 21: 225–264. Monsey, N.Y.: Criminal Justice Press.
Edwards, P. and Roberts, I. (2008) Transport policy is food policy. Lancet 371, 1661.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (2005) . Crime in the Uniteds States 2004.
Ferrer, Itamar / Bikeoff. Bikeoff TV – You Are Not Alone, 2008. [Film] UK.
Fennelty, L., C. Lonero, D. Neudeck and C. Vossmer (1992). Bicycle Theft – Back to Basics. Campus Law Enforcement Journal 22 (1):37-40.
Frailing, R. H. (1974). Bicycle Theft – A Serious Crime. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 43(6):7-10.
Gamman, L., A. Thorpe and M. Willcocks (2004). Bike Off! Tracking the Design Terrains of Cycle Parking: Reviewing Use, Misuse and Abuse.Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal 6 (4):19-36.
Gardner, G. (1998). When Cities Take Bicycles Seriously. World Watch, September/October 1998: 16–22.