Whatever happened to repeat victimisation?
|Pease, Ken, Ignatans, Dainis and Batty, Lauren
Crime is concentrated at the individual level (hot dots) as well as at area level (hot spots). Research on repeat victimisation affords rich prevention opportunities but has been increasingly marginalised by policy makers and implementers despite repeat victims accounting for increasing proportions of total crime. The present paper seeks to trigger a resurgence of interest in research and initiatives based on the prevention of repeat victimisation.
|Repeat victimisation · Crime concentration · Victimisation inequality · Evidence-based criminology
|Crime Prevention and Community Safety
|Web address (URL)
|04 Oct 2018
|Publication process dates
|22 Feb 2019, 15:50
|01 Aug 2018
|University of Derby
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