Gali Perry
Gali Perry
The Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Pathways to women's crime: Differences among women convicted of drug, violence and fraud offenses
M Shechory, G Perry, M Addad
The Journal of Social Psychology 151 (4), 399-416, 2011
Who is the lone terrorist? A study of vehicle-borne attackers in Israel and the West Bank
S Perry, B Hasisi, G Perry
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 41 (11), 899-913, 2018
The effect of paramilitary protest policing on protestors' trust in the police: The case of the “Occupy Israel” movement
G Perry, T Jonathan-Zamir, D Weisburd
Law & Society Review 51 (3), 602-634, 2017
Expectations, effectiveness, trust, and cooperation: public attitudes towards the Israel Police during the COVID-19 pandemic
G Perry, T Jonathan-Zamir
Policing: A journal of policy and practice 14 (4), 1073-1091, 2020
Differentiating right-wing extremism from potential for violent extremism: The role of criminogenic exposure
G Perry, POH Wikström, GD Roman
International journal of developmental science 12 (1-2), 103-113, 2018
Lone terrorists: A study of run-over attacks in Israel
S Perry, B Hasisi, G Perry
European Journal of Criminology 16 (1), 102-123, 2019
The long-term effects of policing the COVID-19 pandemic: Public attitudes toward the police in the ‘new normal’
G Perry, T Jonathan-Zamir, R Factor
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 16 (1), 167-187, 2022
Closing the Gap: Promoting Suspect Communities’ Cooperation with Airport Security
G Perry, B Hasisi
Terrorism and Political Violence, 2018
Illuminating the concept of community (group)-level procedural justice: A qualitative analysis of protestors’ group-level experiences with the police
T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, D Weisburd
Criminal justice and behavior 48 (6), 791-809, 2021
Promoting protesters’ compliance: the effect of general perceptions of the police versus police actions
G Perry
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 15 (2), 1245-1261, 2021
Mitigating the consequences of invasive security practices: a quasi-experiment in an international airport
B Hasisi, Y Margalioth, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, R Zamir, N Haviv
Journal of Experimental Criminology 17, 611-628, 2021
Three tiers for evidence-based policing: Targeting “minimalist” policing with a risk-adjusted disparity index
LW Sherman, D Weisburd, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, B Hasisi
The future of evidence-based policing, 19-43, 2023
A way ahead: Re-envisioning the relationship between evidence-based policing and the police craft
JJ Willis, H Toronjo, D Weisburd, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, B Hasisi
The Future of Evidence-Based Policing, 64-84, 2023
Re-inventing policing: Using science to transform policing
P Neyroud, D Weisburd, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, B Hasisi
DL Weisburd, T. Jonathan-Zamir, G. Perry & B. Hasisi. The Future of Evidence …, 2023
Rethinking the Role of the Community in Proactive Policing.
C Gill, D Weisburd, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, B Hasisi
The future of evidence-based policing, 126, 2023
The future of evidence-based policing
D Weisburd, T Jonathan-Zamir, G Perry, B Hasisi
Cambridge University Press, 2023
D3. 1 Risk analysis framework
N Bouhana, A Thornton, E Corner, S Malthaner, L Lindekilde, ...
PRIME Project FP7, 2016
The Potential Contribution of Subjective Causality to Policing Research: The Case of the Relationship between Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy
G Perry, T Jonathan-Zamir, J Willis
The Future of Evidence Based Policing, 2023
The Roles of Police-Related versus Non-Police-Related Considerations in Shaping Diffused Support for the Police: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic
T Jonathan-Zamir, R Factor, G Perry
International Annals of Criminology 62 (1), 197-225, 2024
Beyond experiments: Is there a subjective causal relationship between procedural justice and police legitimacy?
G Perry
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 18, paad068, 2024
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