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Mark Kebbell

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19 Jun 2013
317

This paper reviews the sequence of events leading up to terrorist attacks, in particular, the tasks that must be undertaken, being target selection, weapons acquisition, surveillance and implementation. Through an online survey of participants involved in counter terrorism operations, the authors identified preferences for a...

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28 Feb 2013
268

The world is changing and the nature of detective work is changing with it. For instance, the rapid rise of technology has arguably changed how crimes are committed and investigated. Globalisation may mean that crime is more likely to cross international and domestic borders. An...

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30 Sep 2012
164

The authors undertake a comparative analysis of rape trials, and the types of information elicited during police interviews with complainants, to that provided during evidence-in-chief at trial. The study’s findings indicate that current approaches during trials may lead to potentially important information being excluded. The...

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28 Nov 2006
39

Sexual assault is the offence least likely to be reported to police and, when reported, often does not proceed to court. The study reported here investigates ways of improving the likelihood of a guilty offender confessing and is based on interviews with offenders and police....

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