Making Tourists Feel Safe: Whose Responsibility is it?

@article{Pizam1997MakingTF,
  title={Making Tourists Feel Safe: Whose Responsibility is it?},
  author={A. Pizam and P. Tarlow and J. Bloom},
  journal={Journal of Travel Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={36},
  pages={23 - 28}
}
A study of three police authorities in large tourism destinations was conducted to understand how local law enforcement agencies view their responsibility vis-à-vis the tourism industry and whether these agencies deal with crimes against tourists in a differ ent manner than crimes against residents. The results suggest that in all three destinations, law enforcement agencies are seriously committed to preventing and reducing crimes against tourists. To accomplish this, police authorities have… Expand
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