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- Lin Liu5
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- United States Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs. Bureau of Justice Statistics,2
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Pittsburgh Youth Study Externalizing Constructs, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1987-2001
<p>The Pittsburgh Youth Study (PYS) is part of the larger "Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency" initiated by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in 1986. PYS aims to document the development of antisocial and delinquent behavior from childhood to ear...
Police Arrest Decisions in Intimate Partner Violence Cases in the United States, 2000 and 2003
The purpose of the study was to better understand the factors associated with police decisions to make an arrest or not in cases of heterosexual partner violence and how these decisions vary across jurisdictions. The study utilized data from three large national datasets: the National Incident-Based...
How to measure the crime of adult drug addicts? An empirical comparison of the validity of police registers and self-reported crime polls
This article is based on a comparative analysis of police arrests and offences accepted by a sample of adult drug addicts in a self-reported crime survey. The average age of the sample members (N = 491 of which 135 women) is 31 years. These are drug addicts who were heavily involved in delinquency b...
Muslims, Christians and religious Violence in Nigeria: Patterns and mapping (2006-2014)
The notion that religious violence in Nigeria is always characterized by conflicts between religions (Muslims versus Christians) is too simplistic. This study shows that between June 2006 and May 2014 the frequency of violent death incidents involving Islamic groups against Islamic groups is 60, a f...
Systematic analysis of false identity documents for criminal intelligence purposes: towards building knowledge on crime by studying the material trace
Detecting and understanding the forms of crime, particularly organised crime, which are involved in the manufacture, distribution and/or use of false identity documents, is a complex and persistent challenge, but is a necessity to support security action and the study of criminal phenomena. In this...
National Crime Victimization Survey: Identity Theft Supplement, 2016
<p>The primary purpose of the Identity Theft Supplement (ITS) is to measure the prevalence of identity theft among persons, the characteristics of identity theft victims, and patterns of reporting to the police, credit bureaus, and other authorities. The ITS was also designed to collect important ch...
A Multi-Level Analysis of Risky Streets and Neighbourhoods for Dissident Republican Violence in Belfast
This paper uses graph theoretical measures to analyse the relationship between street network usage, as well as other street- and area-level factors, and dissident Republican violence in Belfast. A multi-level statistical model is used. Specifically, we employ an observation-level random-effects (OL...
Spatial Modeling and Analysis of the Determinants of Property Crime in Portugal
Many researchers have unraveled innovative ways of examining geographic information to better understand the determinants of crime, thus contributing to an improved understanding of the phenomenon. Property crimes represent more than half of the crimes reported in Portugal. This study investigates t...
The role of social media in combating organised crime in the Limpopo Province, South Africa
Social media is considered a double-edged sword, with both positive and negative effects. A qualitative research approach was adopted to explore the extent to which and the ways in which South African police use social media in the study area. The findings were collected through semi-structured inte...
The theft of vehicles and their spatial relationship with the socio-demographic context in three central delegations of Mexico City (2010)
Este article aims to analyse spatial patterns of vehicle theft crime in Mexico City. Large metropolitan areas in Latin America have witnessed the increase in urban violence and the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City (MCA) is not the exception. One of the offences with the highest number of previous in...
MURATHAN MUNGAN’S A FANTASTIC DETECTIVE NOVEL: THE POET’S NOVEL
Man’s tendency towards crime and murder with his appearance in history, after it was centred on city and problems brought by the city, led to the birth of the detective novel in literature which puts forward couriosity and mystery. Detective novel which is comprised of murder, murderer and police (d...
Linking Neighborhood Characteristics and Drug-Related Police Interventions: A Bayesian Spatial Analysis
This paper aimed to analyze the spatial distribution of drug-related police interventions and the neighborhood characteristics influencing these spatial patterns. To this end, police officers ranked each census block group in Valencia, Spain (N = 552), providing an index of drug-related police inter...
Crime Geographical Displacement: Testing Its Potential Contribution to Crime Prediction
Crime geographical displacement has been examined in many Western countries. However, little is known about its existence, distribution, and potential predictive ability in large cities in China. Compared to the existing research, this study contributes to the current research in three ways. (1) It...
Prediction of Suspect Location Based on Spatiotemporal Semantics
The prediction of suspect location enables proactive experiences for crime investigations and offers essential intelligence for crime prevention. However, existing studies have failed to capture the complex social location transition patterns of suspects and lack the capacity to address the issue of...
Illegal Oil Bunkering, Violence and Criminal Offences in Nigeria’s Territorial Waters and the Niger Delta Environs: Proposing Extension of Informed Policymaking
While it illegal oil bunkering has gone on around the Niger Delta for about 30 years, it escalated more recently (2012 to present) thereby poses serious implications on many facets of in Nigeria economy, society, and environment. Government’s plan to eliminate it or drastically curb the crime has be...
Victimology of white-collar crimes
The most criminological researches have focused on conventional violent crimes in recent years. However, we have a little information about victimization of white-collar crime and a few researches have conducted in this area. Critical criminologists are interested in victimology of white-collar crim...
ETIOLOGI KRIMINAL KEJAHATAN SEKSUAL DI WILAYAH HUKUM POLRES PURBALINGGA
<p><em>The phenomenon of child sexual Purbalingga either categorized as criminal offenses in the category of sexual or violate public decency value, must be addressed. Based on the facts presented and the author of an influential hypothesis, of course, needs to be studied scientifically. Therefore,...
Identification of non-fatal injuries in the mapping of the pasture municipality using the grubbing technique
This article presents one of the results of the research project that aimed to detect patterns of violent and geo-referenced events, based on the information stored in the Crime Observatory of the Municipality of Pasto (Colombia) using data-mining techniques. In order to geo-reference each event and...
The influence of the paradigm of forensic science on law enforcement
The subject. The subject of the study is the relationship between the methodology of the theory of forensic science and law enforcement issues. The nature of the forensic science and the paradigms of theory are subject to significant changes today. Philosophical and scientific postulates revealed di...
A Sociological Explaining of Attitudes toward Violence Against Women among Male College Students in Mazandaran Province
This study aimed to investigate social and cultural factors affecting students’ attitudes toward violence against women. This study was conducted using a survey method among 400 male students of public universities in Mazandaran province who were selected based on stratified probabilistic sampling m...
The Spatial Pattern Changes of Pyramid Selling Crime Sites in Wuhan City and the Factors Influencing the Built Environment
In the past ten years, public-related economic crimes have shown an explosive and blowout development trend along with the rapid development of the financial market. A Pyramid Selling Crime (PSC) is a public-related economic crime and a social problem that needs to be solved urgently. PSC includes a...
Interpretation of the Blood Blood Standard in a Homicide Case in Local Inidôneo
Analysis of bloodstains found in places of violent death can assist in establishing the dynamics of the facts and in the differential diagnosis of the event resulting in death, contributing to the clarification of a crime. Blood patches establish patterns that allow the expert to make valuable judge...
UNVEILED STORIES: Criminal proceedings COMO FONTE historical
The study provides a reading of the importance of criminal proceedings as a source of research, especially to (re) think of the historical works built on the New Hamburg/RS locus. The aim is to analyse the relationship between criminal proceedings and the lack of distinct histories, giving visibilit...
Intervention by Invitation? Shared Sovereignty in the Fight against Impunity in Guatemala
This article deals with the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG), a joint hybrid commission to investigate impunity in the context of illegal security networks and organized crime. It was set up as an external governance intervention through an agreement between the UN and...
Language Usage and Social Categorisation in Brendan Behan’s Play The Quare Fellow
The language of Brendan Behan’s The Quare Fellow (1954), a play set in an Irish prison, is examined stylistically. This is done under the headings of naming, usage of Hiberno-English, of prison jargon, and of Gaelic. These show evidence of categorisation under the conventional class structure of upp...