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The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Regulating Crime: The New Criminology of Crime Control: An overview

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September 2018 | 218 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

Published in Association with American Academy of Political and Social Science

Regulating Crime: The New Criminology of Crime Control proposes a new direction for criminology: pre-empting, supplementing, and enhancing the traditional machinery of justice with a novel framework of intermediary regulation. The research in this volume of The ANNALS demonstrates that many crime problems cannot be effectively reduced or prevented through punishment or corrections. Rather, non-criminal-justice actors, such as communities and companies, can employ regulatory frameworks and safety measures to reduce the opportunity, quantity, and quality of criminal behavior. These essays pave the way for a research agenda that distributes crime prevention across the rapidly changing technologies and organizations of the modern era.


 
Introduction
Joshua D. Freilich and Graeme R. Newman
Regulating Crime: The New Criminology of Crime Control
 
Criminology and Regulation
Ronald V. Clarke
Regulating Crime: The Birth of the Idea, Its Nurture, and the Implications for Contemporary Criminology
Anna Gurinskaya and Mahesh K. Nalla
The Expanding Boundaries of Crime Control: Governing Security through Regulation
Nick Tilley
Privatizing Crime Control
Julie Berg and Clifford Shearing
Governing-through-Harm and Public Goods Policing
Michael S. Scott
Effective Policing through Regulatory Control
 
Criminal Regulation Applied
John E. Eck
Regulation for High Crime Places: Theory, Evidence, and Principles
Gohar A. Petrossian and Frank S. Pezzella
IUU Fishing and Seafood Fraud: Using Crime Script Analysis to Inform Intervention
Thomas J. Holt
Regulating Cybercrime through Law Enforcement and Industry Mechanisms
Lars Korsell
Regulating Organized Crime
Michael J. Lynch, Paul B. Stretesky, and Michael A. Long
Situational Crime Prevention and the Ecological Regulation of Green Crime: A Review and Discussion
 
Developing Policy
Marcus Felson
Policy Levels for Situational Crime Prevention
Nancy G. La Vigne
Applying Regulatory Measures to Address Crime Problems: An AGILE Approach to Enhancing Public Safety

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