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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Repeat Victimization

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ISBN13: 9781881798279
ISBN: 1881798275
Published: July 2003
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.50



This book analyzes findings on repeat victimization, and explores their implications for prevention policy. Topics include: why repeat victimization matters; a cross-national comparison of repeat victimization rates; attitudes of repeat victims towards the police; repeat burglary victimization; detection opportunities and offender targetting; implications for crime control policy and problem-oriented poilicing.

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Contents:
Editors' Introduction: Why Repeat Victimization Matters (Graham Farrell and Ken Pease); International Overview: A Cross-National Comparison of Rates of Repeat Victimization (Graham Farrell and Adam C Boutoukos); Attitudes of Victims and Repeat Victims, toward the Police: Results of the International Crime Victims Survey (Jan J.M. van Dijk); Repeat Burglary Victimization: results of empirical research in the Netherlands (Edward R. Kleemans); The Impact of Repeat Victimization on Burglary Victims in East and West Europe (R. I. Mawby); Repeat Burglary in a Perth Suburb: Indicator of short-term or long-term Risk? (Frank Morgan); Explaining Repeat Residential Burglaries: An analysis of property stolen (Ronald V. Clarke, Elizabeth Perkins and Donald J. Smith Jr); Personal Fraud: The Victims and the Scams Richard M. Titus and (Angela R. Gover); Repeated Bank Robbery: Theme and Variations (Roger Matthews, Catherine Pease and Ken Pease); Time Heals All Wounds? (Mandy Shaw) Crime Against the Same Person: and Place: Detection Opportunity and Offender Targeting (Steve Everson and Ken Pease); Repeat Victimization and Hot Spots: the Overlap and Its Implications for Crime Control and Problem-Oriented Policing (Graham Farrell and William Sousa); Victim Careers and ""Career Victims""?: Toward a Research Agenda (Graham Farrell, Andromachi Tseloni, Brian Wiersema and Ken Pease)