9781881798262

Repeat Victimization

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  • ISBN13:

    9781881798262

  • ISBN10:

    1881798267

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-01-01
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner
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Summary

'repeat victimization has become a central idea in research and policy in many countries. Farrell and Pease's important book retells the concept's intellectual history, demonstrates the phenomenon's pervasiveness, and documents its usefulness in formulating prevention policies. This provocative, path breaking book should become a staple in criminology teaching and research' Michael Tonry, Director, Institute of CriminologyUniversity of Cambridge This important book analyses 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 targeting, implications for crime control policy and problem-oriented policing.

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction: Why Repeat Victimization Matters 1(4)
Graham Farrell
Ken Pease
International Overview: A Cross-National Comparison of Rates of Repeat Victimization
5(22)
Graham Farrell
Adam C. Bouloukos
Attitudes of Victims and Repeat Victims toward the Police: Results of the International Crime Victims Survey
27(26)
Jan J.M. van Dijk
Repeat Burglary Victimisation: Results of Empirical Research in the Netherlands
53(16)
Edward R. Kleemans
The Impact of Repeat Victimisation on Burglary Victims in East and West Europe
69(14)
R.I. Mawby
Repeat Burglary in a Perth Suburb: Indicator of Short-Term or Long-Term Risk?
83(36)
Frank Morgan
Explaining Repeat Residential Burglaries: An Analysis of Property Stolen
119(14)
Ronald V. Clarke
Elizabeth Perkins
Donald J. Smith, Jr.
Personal Fraud: The Victims and the Scams
133(20)
Richard M. Titus
Angela R. Gover
Repeated Bank Robbery: Theme and Variations
153(12)
Roger Matthews
Catherine Pease
Ken Pease
Time Heals All Wounds?
165(34)
Mandy Shaw
Crime Against the Same Person and Place: Detection Opportunity and Offender Targeting
199(22)
Steve Everson
Ken Pease
Repeat Victimization and Hot Spots: The Overlap and Its Implications for Crime Control and Problem-Oriented Policing
221(20)
Graham Farrell
William Sousa
Victim Careers and ``Career Victims''?: Toward a Research Agenda
241
Graham Farrell
Andromachi Tseloni
Brian Wiersema
Ken Pease

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