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Community policing in China: old wine in new bottles
Policing in China is by nature in the community, for the community, and by the community, as manifested in the ‘mass line’. With crime soaring and fear of crime growing in the reform era, policing inExpand
The pluralization of policing and the rise of private policing in China
Policing in China has undergone tremendous change during the economic transformation of the past three decades. This paper describes the plural policing bodies that have existed during pre- andExpand
Citizen co‐production of cyber security: Self‐help, vigilantes, and cybercrime
Given the limited resources and capabilities of states to maintain cyber security, a variety of co-production efforts have been made by individuals or by collectives, of varying degrees ofExpand
Bystander Intervention and Fear of Crime
  • Lena Y. Zhong
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of offender therapy and…
  • 1 April 2010
It is shown that fear of crime and type of community have robust and consistent effects on bystander intervention, controlling for demographic characteristics including sex, age, and education. Expand
Hong Kong United Nations International Crime Victim Survey: Final Report of the 2006 Hong Kong UNICVS
This report presents the findings of the 2006 Hong Kong United Nations International Crime Victim survey. This was the first time the UNICVS was conducted in Hong Kong SAR China. For this reason, noExpand
Building Little Safe and Civilized Communities
Crime prevention measures and strategies in China resemble those adopted in the West; however, the differences, constituting the so-called Chinese characteristics with community crime prevention are significant. Expand
Communities, crime and social capital in contemporary China
Foreword by Peter Grabosky 1. Introduction 2. Taking the Field 3. Community Crime Prevention and Social Capital 4. Social Capital in China 5. Crime and Social Control in China 6. Building Little,Expand
Identifying the Self-Anticipated Reoffending Risk Factors of Incarcerated Male Repeat Offenders in Hong Kong
Recidivism research on Hong Kong’s incarcerated population is limited, and little is known about the reoffending risk of incarcerated repeat offenders. The purpose of this study is to identify theExpand
Criminal Recidivism of Incarcerated Male Nonviolent Offenders in Hong Kong
The findings denote that offending history, psychological attributes, interpersonal relationships, and environmental influences are significant reoffending risk factors and highlight the need to seriously assess the effectiveness of intervention strategies used by the Hong Kong correctional system in preventing future offending. Expand
The Politics of Wrongful Convictions in China
ABSTRACT Recently a series of high-profile wrongful convictions in China have undermined public confidence with the criminal justice system and the official stress on ‘ruling the country by law’.Expand