Environmental and Wildlife Crime in Sweden
Ceccato, Vania; Uittenbogaard, Adriaan (2013-12)
This article discusses the nature of environmental and wildlife crime (EWC) in Sweden. A review of the international literature helps to frame the Swedish case study. The novelty of this study lies in using 11 years of ...
Donnermeyer, Joseph F.; Barclay, Elaine; Phillips, Daniel W.; Weisheit, Ralph; Wood, Darryl S. (2013-12)
Developing a Working Typology of Rural Criminals: From a UK Police Intelligence Perspective
Smith, Robert (2013-12)
This article develops a working typology of rural criminal types in a UK wide context. It considers strategies used by these diverse ideal-typologies of rural criminals to successfully evade the police intelligence ...
Rural Masculinities and the Internalisation of Violence in Agricultural Communities
Carrington, Kerry; McIntosh, Alison; Hogg, Russell; Scott, John (2013-12)
This article is based on research we conducted in two agricultural communities as part of a broader study that included mining communities in rural Australia. The data from the agricultural locations tell a different ...
Factors Influencing Farm Crime in Kenya: Opinions and Experiences of Farmers
Bunei, Emmanuel K.; Rono, Joseph K.; Chessa, Samuel R. (2013-12)
Although agriculture is the backbone of Kenya’s economy, the industry is faced with rapid social, cultural, economic, and technological changes that have significantly increased crime levels in rural areas. In particular, ...
Women and Crime in the Rural-Urban Fringe
Rockell, Barbara A. (2013-12)
This article focuses on human actors and a spatial setting which are rarely the subject of criminological inquiry. Both the actors (drug-involved low-level female offenders) and the setting in which they reside (the ...
Aboriginal Policing in Rural Canada: Establishing a Research Agenda
Ruddell, Rick; Lithopoulos, Savvas (2013-12)
Canada’s First Nations Policing Program (FNPP) provides the funding and programmatic structure for policing 535 rural Aboriginal communities. After two decades and almost three billion (CA) dollars in expenditures, ...