ECPR General Conference
Sciences Po, Bordeaux
4 - 7 September 2013




Putting OC in Place: How Situational Crime Prevention can Inform Enhanced Policy Design

Panel Number
P274
Panel Chair
Anita Lavorgna
University of Southampton
Panel Co-Chair
Falko Ernst
University of Essex

Abstract
Departing from the local- and sphere-specific constitution of OC-phenomena, we examine how revisited models of situational crime prevention can pertinently inform policy approaches to traditional as well as novel forms of OC.

Paper List


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Organised Crime and Public Sector Corruption: A Crime Scripts Analysis View Paper Details
Scripting OC in the ESociety: Identifying a New Structure of Online Criminal Opportunities for Offline Transit Crimes View Paper Details
Situational Corruption Prevention View Paper Details
Turning the Vicious Circle Around: New Frontiers in the Fight against the Mafia View Paper Details
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