Repeat personal victimization: 'boosts' or 'flags'?
journal contributionposted on 22.02.2006 by Andromachi Tseloni, Ken Pease
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Repeat victimization has recently featured prominently in crime reduction reasearch, especially in UK. Crime prevention efforts which focus on repeats have enjouyed some success. Yet little is known about what generates repeat victimization. While this remains the case, the scope for crime reduction through the prevention of repeated events against the same target will be limited...
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