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  • Crime and Social Control as Fields of Qualitative Research in the Social Sciences - Discusses the importance of qualitative methods for criminological studies.
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  • Crime Mapping - Article about how crime mapping and analysis has been helping to reduce crime. Includes links to related resources.
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  • Crime Prevention through Environmental Design - Wikipedia article on this multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design, its history, strategies and effectiveness.
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  • Crime-pics II - Fully validated questionnaire used for measuring changes in offenders' attitudes to crime and evaluating the effectiveness of rehabilitative interventions, adopted by the prison and probation services in the UK.
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  • Criminal Profiling - Research, articles, news and information on profiling, victimology, forensics, and behavioral science.
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  • Environmental Criminology Research - Focuses on geographic profiling, which uses sophisticated computer software to determine the most likely area of offender residence in cases of serial murder, rape and arson.
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  • John Walker Crime Trends Analysis - Consultancy service developing criminal justice forecasting and strategic planning models that can improve the focus and efficiency of police, courts, crime prevention and financial regulatory agencies.
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  • Korean Institute of Criminology - Assists in policy formulation by analyzing the current state of crime phenomena, conducts scientific studies, and contributes to public education through publication of the results of research projects.
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  • Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology - Furthers criminological research within member countries, and advises the Scandinavian governments and the Nordic Council on related issues. Includes information about the council, publications and links.
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  • United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Center (UNICRI) - Organization created to advance policy and practice in the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency and adult criminality. Includes a collection of global criminology resources.
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  • Virtual Center for Epidemiological Criminology - Combines public health and criminal justice concerns. Issues such as drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, human trafficking and global warming are examined from a critical scientific viewpoint.
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