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Situational Prevention of Organised Crimes
Edited by Karen Bullock (University of Surrey), Ronald V. Clarke (Rutgers University, New Jersey) and Nick Tilley (UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science), Crime Science Series, (March 2010)

Foreword by Gloria Laycock (UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science)
Preface, Karen Bullock, Ronald V. Clarke and Nick Tilley

  1. Introduction, Karen Bullock, Ronald V. Clarke and Nick Tilley
  2. Situational crime prevention and cross-border crime, Edward R. Kleemans (Ministry of Justice, Den Haag, The Netherlands), Melvin R.J. Soudijn (Nationale Recherche, The Netherlands), Anton W. Weenink (Nationale Recherche, The Netherlands)
  3. Preventing organized crime: the case of contraband cigarettes, Klaus von Lampe (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York)
  4. Sex trafficking: a target for situational crime prevention?, James O. Finckenauer (Rutgers University, New Jersey) and Ko-lin Chin (Rutgers University, New Jersey)
  5. Situational prevention of organized timber theft and related corruption, Adam Graycar (Rutgers University, New Jersey) and Marcus Felson (Rutgers University, New Jersey)
  6. Situational organized crime prevention in Amsterdam: the administrative approach, Hans Nelen (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
  7. Mortgage fraud and facilitating circumstances, Barbra van Gestel (Ministry of Justice, Den Haag, The Netherlands)
  8. Infiltration by Italian organised crime (Mafia, N’drangheta and Camorra) of the public construction industry, Ernesto U. Savona (Università Cattolicadel Sacro Cuore, Milan)
  9. Situational prevention against unlawful influence from organized crime, Lars Korsell (Brottsförebyggande rådet (Brå), Stockholm) and Johanna Skinnari (Brottsförebyggande rådet (Brå), Stockholm)
  10. Organised crime and crime scripts: prospects for disruption, Graham Hancock (UKFIU) and Gloria Laycock (UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science)
  11. Policing mobile criminality: towards a situational crime prevention approach to organised crime, Stuart Kirby (Lancaster University) and Sue Penna (Lancaster University) Index

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Professor Richard Wortley, Head of Department

Dr Jyoti Belur, Research Associate

Dr Herve Borrion, Lecturer/Deputy Director, DTC

Dr Noemie Bouhana,  Lecturer

Dr Kate Bowers, Reader

Mr Spencer Chainey, Director of GIS

Dr Kevin Chetty, Lecturer    

Dr Shane Johnson, Reader

Dr Paula Kautt, Lecturer

Professor Gloria Laycock, Director, DTC   

Dr Ruth Morgan, Lecturer 

Ms Lucia Summers, Research Associate

Professor Nick Tilley, Visiting Professor    

Ms Lisa Tompson, Research Associate   

Dr Lisa Wainer, Research Associate

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