By Emilio C. Viano
This well timed e-book offers contributions on overseas, comparative crime phenomena: gangs, trafficking, worry of crime, and crime prevention. It highlights contributions initially ready for the XVII international Congress of Criminology and for the 2015 Cybercrime convention in Oñati, Spain that have been chosen, reviewed, and tailored for inclusion during this volume.
The paintings positive factors foreign individuals sharing the most recent study and techniques from a number of international areas. the 1st half examines the impression of gangs on legal actions and violence. the second one half explores unlawful trafficking of individuals, medications, and different illicit items as a world phenomenon, aided by way of the convenience of overseas go back and forth, cash move, and conversation. eventually, overseas techniques to crime detection prevention are awarded. The paintings presents case experiences and fieldwork that may be suitable throughout a number of disciplines and a wealthy source for destiny research.
This paintings is appropriate for researchers in criminology and felony justice, in addition to similar fields comparable to overseas and comparative legislation, public coverage, and public health.
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