2 edition of Social control and policing in rural and urban areas found in the catalog.
Social control and policing in rural and urban areas
by Centre for Criminological Research, University of Oxford in Oxford
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 369-375.
|Statement||Joanna Shapland and Jon Vagg.|
|Contributions||Vagg, Jon., University of Oxford. Centre for Criminological Research|
|LC Classifications||HV6155 S53 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 375 leaves|
|Number of Pages||375|
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rural police regularly find themselves occupying competing roles of Cited by: 8. Compared to urban environments, in rural areas social and informal control is much stronger, which can result in a lower willingness to report crimes.
One of the most significant problems affecting willingness to work with the police is undoubtedly a poor organisation of victim assistance : Gorazd Meško. Policing Of Gangs In Rural And Urban Areas Criminology Essay. Gang related crimes and activities are being exported to rural communities and gangs are migrating to more rural areas.
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