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Problem-Oriented Policing, Deterrence, and Youth Violence: An Evaluation of Boston's Operation Ceasefire
Operation Ceasefire is a problem-oriented policing intervention aimed at reducing youth homicide and youth firearms violence in Boston. It represented an innovative partnership between researchers
Problem-oriented policing in violent crime places: A randomized controlled experiment
Over the past decade, problem-oriented policing has become a central strategy for policing. In a number of studies, problem-oriented policing has been found to be effective in reducing crime and
Coercive mobility and crime: A preliminary examination of concentrated incarceration and social disorganization
This article explores how incarceration affects crime rates at the neighborhood level. Incarceration is analyzed as a form of residential mobility that may damage local network structures and
White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers
1. White collar crime and criminal careers 2. Dimensions of official criminal careers 3. Crimes of crisis and opportunity 4. Chronic offenders 5. Prison sanctions and criminal careers 6.
White Collar Crimes and Criminals
The commission of wrongs through fraud as well as through force is as old as human society. Although the concept of white collar crime did not come into use in our own society until Sutherland coined
White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers: Some Preliminary Findings
The criminal career paradigm has become an increasingly important perspective in the study of street crimes, but it has generated little interest among scholars concerned with white-collar
It is generally argued that white-collar criminals will be particularly influenced by punishment policies. White-collar crime is seen as a highly rational form of criminality, in which the risks and
Class, Status, and the Punishment of White‐Collar Criminals
The treatment of white-collar offenders by the criminal justice system has been a central concern since the concept of white-collar crime was first introduced In general, it has been assumed that
Problem-oriented policing in public housing: The Jersey City evaluation
This paper examines the impact of a problem-oriented policing project on serious crime problems in six public housing sites in Jersey City, New Jersey. Representatives from the police department and
Russian Mafia In America: Immigration, Culture, and Crime
Does a "Russian Mafia" really exist? This text seeks to answer that question by examining the intricate history of Russian organized crime in both its homeland and the United States. It investigates