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This exploratory study examines the nature and extent of civil recovery laws in the United States. Civil demand/recovery laws allow merchants to financially punish offenders who shoplift and then recover their losses in the civil courts, if necessary. Through the content analysis of state laws...
The number of private correctional facilities operated by corporate security businesses has increased rapidly over the past 30 years. There has been a parallel increase in literature, both pro and con, comparing the efficiency and effectiveness of private and public prisons; however, employees...
This article is about situational crime prevention in the (European) supply chain. It is based on a thorough analysis of two international supply chain security programs, and on the consequent observation that the security measures that form part of these programs can all be classified as...
Much of the data that is collected and analyzed today is structural, consisting not only of entities but also of relationships between the entities. As a result, analysis applications rely on automated structural data mining approaches to find patterns and concepts of interest. This ability to...
This article discusses the need for establishing a federally run, full-time, resident, self-contained national academy: the U.S. Homeland Security Intelligence Academy (HSIA). At HSIA, students will earn an undergraduate degree in homeland security and intelligence studies. This program will...
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