Johnson, L.T., & Kane, R.J. (Forthcoming). Deserts of disadvantage: The effects of diffuse structural disadvantage on violence in urban communities. Crime and Delinquency. DOI: 10.1177/0011128716682228. [online first]
 

Johnson, L.T., & Ratcliffe, J.H. (Forthcoming). A partial test of the impact of a casino on neighborhood crime. Security Journal. DOI: 10.1057/sj.2014.28. [online first]
 

Johnson, L.T., & Bennett, J.Z. (2017). Drug markets, violence, and the need to incorporate the role of race. Sociology Compass, 11(1), 1-11. [pdf]
 

Johnson, L.T. (2016). Drug markets, travel distance, and violence: Testing a typology. Crime and Delinquency, 62(11), 1465-1487. [pdf]
 

Johnson, L.T., Taylor, R.B., & Groff, E.R. (2015). Metropolitan local crime clusters: Structural concentration effects and the systemic model. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(3), 186-194. [pdf]
 

Groff, E.R., Taylor, R.B., Elesh, D.B., McGovern, J., & Johnson, L. (2014). Permeability across a metropolitan area: Conceptualizing and operationalizing a municipalized crime pattern theory. Environment and Planning A, 26(1), 129-152. [pdf]
 

Johnson, L.T. (2014). Policing urban drug markets. In M. Reisig & R. J. Kane (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Police and Policing (pp. 34-48). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
 

Taylor, R.B., Groff, E.R., Elesh, D. & Johnson, L. (2013). Municipal crime patterns and shifts across a complex metropolitan community: Final Report. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice. [pdf]
 

Johnson, L.T., Taylor, R.B., & Ratcliffe, J.H. (2013). Need drugs, will travel?: The distances to crime of illegal drug buyers. Journal of Criminal Justice, 41(3), 178-187. [pdf]
 

Groff. E., Johnson, L., Ratcliffe, J.H. & Wood, J. (2013).  Exploring the relationship between foot and car patrol in violent crime areas. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 36(1), 119-139. [pdf]
 

Johnson, L., & Ratcliffe, J.H. (2013). When does a drug market become a drug market? Finding the boundaries of illicit event concentrations. In M. Leitner (Ed.), Crime Modeling and Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies. New York, NY: Springer (pp. 25-48). New York, NY: Springer. [pdf]