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AbstractPrevious research evaluating burglars' offending location choices has produced mixed findings about the influence of physical barriers and connectors on offender movement patterns. Consequently, this article utilises the discrete spatial choice approach to formally evaluate the impact of...
AbstractThis article explores the regulation of cartel conduct in Australia focusing, inparticular, on the recent decision to criminalise so-called‘hard-core’ cartels. It illuminates three interdependentambiguities in regulating such conduct: economic, moral and legal. The casestudy is drawn on...
AbstractCorruption is a growing global epidemic. Our understanding of its causes islimited. Combining data from several sources, the current article tests thevalidity of social support theory in explaining corruption in an integratedstructural model. The findings support our theoretical...
AbstractIn September 2007, the Victorian Sentencing Advisory Council released a report(2007c) recommending the introduction of sentence indications for indictableoffences in Victoria's intermediate court. In response, on July 1, 2008, alegislated sentence indication process was implemented into...
AbstractAustralian governments have introduced legislation to detain or supervise sex offenders whose sentences have expired but who are still considered to be dangerous. In the enactment of these controversial laws, governments largely overlooked a significant body of empirical knowledge on...
AbstractAlarge body of literature has demonstrated that when authorities use procedural justice with those they regulate, people will be more satisfied with those authorities and will be more willing to cooperate and comply with their directions and rules. In the context of policing, procedural...
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