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Ms Ebba Herrlander Birgerson1, Dr Romy Winter1, Professor Roberta Julian1 1University Of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Abstract: This presentation describes an evaluation of a two-year trial of bi-lateral (perpetrator and victim) electronic monitoring of high-risk family violence perpetrators in Tasmania, completed...
  • June 9, 2021
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Mr Liam Quinn1, Dr Joseph Clare1 1University Of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to share initial findings from a study investigating the longitudinal relationships between criminogenic market forces and theft rates of specific...
  • June 9, 2021
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Dr Andrew Evelo1, Ms Taryn Farr1, Dr Maryanne Garry1 1University of Waikato Abstract: After an incident of terrorism, investigators often find that the perpetrators had viewed extremist material online. Indeed, the existing qualitative literature builds a case for the idea...
  • June 9, 2021
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Dr. Peter  Collins1 1Criminal Behaviour Analysis Section, Ontario Provincial Police, Orillia, Canada Abstract: A number of violent incidents, in North America, has been perpetrated by individuals who identify with the misogynistic and male supremacy ideology perpetrated by “involuntary celibates” (incel)....
  • June 9, 2021
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Mr Neil Pitman1 1Northgate Public Services, Bracknell, United Kingdom Abstract: Purpose: How allowing multi-agency partners access  to core police data, enables proactive joint management of individuals, locations and offenders supporting effective problem solving and safeguarding Scope: In the UK information...
  • June 9, 2021
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Dr Femi Abikanlu1 1New Zealand Police, Wellington, New Zealand Abstract: The study presents the impact of formal written warnings, a police practice introduced on 1st May 2020 as part of the response of the New Zealand Police to the pandemic,...
  • June 9, 2021
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Dr Armon Tamatea1 1University Of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand Abstract: Prisons are places where individuals at high risk offenders are contained in high concentrations. They are also places where violence and victimization are also high frequency events. However, traditional prison...
  • June 9, 2021
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Dr Kabir Dasgupta, Dr Andre Diegmann, Prof Tom Kirchmaier, Dr Alexander Plum1 1Auckland University Of Technology Abstract: In this paper we argue that ethnicities react very differently to major life events like the birth of a child. This has important...
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Prof. Mark Kebbell1 1Griffith University Abstract: There are reliable and valid risk assessment tools that can be used to predict the statistical risk of a person reoffending sexually. One such example is the Risk Matrix 2000. Nevertheless, statistical risk may...
  • June 9, 2021
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Prof. Tom Kirchmaier1 1Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom Abstract: This paper studies the impact of crewing size on the productivity of policing. Exogenous variation in crewing size originating from the introduction of the ‘Banded...
  • June 9, 2021
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