Kristy Holtfreter
Kristy Holtfreter
Professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Arizona State University
Verified email at asu.edu
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Routine online activity and internet fraud targeting: Extending the generality of routine activity theory
TC Pratt, K Holtfreter, MD Reisig
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 47 (3), 267-296, 2010
4002010
Assessing recidivism risk across female pathways to crime
MD Reisig, K Holtfreter, M Morash
Justice Quarterly 23 (3), 384-405, 2006
3712006
Low self‐control, routine activities, and fraud victimization
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, TC Pratt
Criminology 46 (1), 189-220, 2008
3422008
Poverty, state capital, and recidivism among women offenders
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, M Morash
Criminology & Public Policy 3 (2), 185-208, 2004
3022004
Is occupational fraud “typical” white-collar crime? A comparison of individual and organizational characteristics
K Holtfreter
Journal of Criminal Justice 33 (4), 353-365, 2005
2042005
Low self-control and fraud: Offending, victimization, and their overlap
K Holtfreter, MD Reisig, NL Piquero, AR Piquero
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (2), 188-203, 2010
1952010
The needs of women offenders
K Holtfreter, M Morash
Women & Criminal Justice 14 (2-3), 137-160, 2003
1942003
Gender and risk assessment: The empirical status of the LSI-R for women
K Holtfreter, R Cupp
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 23 (4), 363-382, 2007
1922007
Legal cynicism, legitimacy, and criminal offending: The nonconfounding effect of low self-control
MD Reisig, SE Wolfe, K Holtfreter
Criminal Justice and Behavior 38 (12), 1265-1279, 2011
1762011
Social capital among women offenders: Examining the distribution of social networks and resources
MD Reisig, K Holtfreter, M Morash
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 18 (2), 167-187, 2002
1472002
Public perceptions of white-collar crime and punishment
K Holtfreter, S Van Slyke, J Bratton, M Gertz
Journal of Criminal Justice 36 (1), 50-60, 2008
1452008
Perceived risk of internet theft victimization: Examining the effects of social vulnerability and financial impulsivity
MD Reisig, TC Pratt, K Holtfreter
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36 (4), 369-384, 2009
1442009
Perceived risk of internet theft victimization: Examining the effects of social vulnerability and financial impulsivity
MD Reisig, TC Pratt, K Holtfreter
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36 (4), 369-384, 2009
1442009
The impact of feminist pathways research on gender responsive policy and practice
KA Wattanaporn, K Holtfreter
Feminist Criminology 9 (3), 191-207, 2014
1272014
Risk factors for abusive relationships: A study of Vietnamese American immigrant women
M Morash, H Bui, Y Zhang, K Holtfreter
Violence Against Women 13 (7), 653-675, 2007
1082007
Fraud in US organisations: An examination of control mechanisms
K Holtfreter
Journal of Financial Crime 12 (1), 88-95, 2004
1032004
Determinants of fraud losses in nonprofit organizations
K Holtfreter
Nonprofit Management and Leadership 19 (1), 45-63, 2008
882008
The Transition from Prison to Community Initiative: An examination of gender responsiveness for female offender reentry
K Holtfreter, KA Wattanaporn
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (1), 41-57, 2014
752014
Low self‐control and fraud offending
K Holtfreter, KM Beaver, MD Reisig, TC Pratt
Journal of financial crime, 2010
752010
Shopping fraud victimization among the elderly
MD Reisig, K Holtfreter
Journal of Financial Crime, 2013
702013
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