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Which burglary security devices work for whom and in what context?

Professor Andromachi Tseloni | Criminal Law & Criminology | 01 June 2013

Domestic burglary is a high volume crime affecting many households. As well as substantial financial loss and damage to property, it causes high levels of anxiety about the possibility of being burgled. Surveys documenting public priorities about cri ...

A comparative analysis of recent french and british riots

Professor David Waddington | Psychology | 01 December 2006

A planned series of three workshops will bring together french and british academics to discuss the recent riots in the french banlieues and the corresponding disorders that occurred in former textile towns and cities of northern england in mid-2001. ...

Criminalising the market in looted antiquities

Professor Penny Green | Socio Legal Studies | 02 March 2005

This is an evaluation of the dealing in cultural objects (offences) act 2003, which contains a criminal offence directed at dealers of illicit antiquities within england and wales. The research will include quantitative measures of the impact of the ...

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