Reducing Vulnerabilities to Crime of the European Waste Management Industry: the Research Base and the Prospects for Policy

@article{Dorn2007ReducingVT,
  title={Reducing Vulnerabilities to Crime of the European Waste Management Industry: the Research Base and the Prospects for Policy},
  author={N. Dorn and S. V. Daele and T. V. Beken},
  journal={European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={23-36}
}
This paper reports on aspects of a recent study, independently conducted and funded by the European Commission, which examines vulnerabilities in the waste management industry. In this paper, first the existing literature is briefly reviewed. Studies on environmental crime have variously described its manifestations (descriptive studies, exposes, etc); focused on the criminal groups and individuals involved (case studies, threat or perpetrator profiles); or explored possible risks in terms of… Expand
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