Campus Crime: Legal, Social, and Policy Perspectives (3rd by Bonnie S. Fisher, John J. Sloan III

By Bonnie S. Fisher, John J. Sloan III

This 3rd version underscores that curiosity within the felony, social, and coverage contexts of campus crime has no longer waned. one of the reasons of this re-creation is the need to proportion with readers the developments that experience happened in figuring out campus crime, in particular the dynamics of faculty scholar victimization, and efforts to successfully handle campus defense concerns. offered in 3 sections, the 1st examines the felony context of crime via supplying 5 chapters whose concentration is on the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus defense Policy and Campus Crime statistics Act and its state-level progenies. The chapters acquaint the reader with the genesis and evolution of Clery, the present kingdom of analysis touching on public knowledge and influence, the consequences and influence of the National Campus Sexual attack coverage Study, and national-level comparative research of nation established Clery-style laws. The six chapters of part II deal with themes resembling victimization charges of scholars as opposed to nonstudents; way of life theories explaining scholar victimization; how alcohol use and abuse are correlates to pupil victimization; an outline of the literature at the sexual victimization of faculty girls; and an research of the level, nature, and influence of stalking and cyberstalking behaviors perpetrated opposed to and by means of students. The 4 chapters of the ultimate part concentrate on the evolution, association, and practices of campus legislation enforcement enterprises, the demanding situations of imposing alcohol legislation, and the demanding situations awarded by means of high-tech crimes related to the net, details platforms, and expertise. The book’s aim used to be to assemble authors who may provide the most up-tp-date photograph and a severe research of matters in regards to the felony, social, and coverage contexts of campus crime and defense. The textual content represents the main up to date source for campus adminstrators, legislations enforcent and protection group of workers, criminologists, counseling execs, political scientists, sociologists, attorneys, and coverage advocates.

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Corp. pdf. , & Tewksbury, R. (2013). The routine activities and criminal victimization of students: Lifestyle and related factors. In B. S. Fisher & J. J. ). Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas. , & Sloan, J. (2003). Variability in the organizational structure of contemporary campus law enforcement agencies: A national level analysis. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 26, 612–639. Paoline, E. , & Sloan, J. J. (2013). Community oriented policing (COP) on university campuses: New directions?

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The chapters that follow address the legal context of campus crime by focusing on the Clery Act and its progenies, including related federal-level and state-level legislation, case law, and research. Chapter 2, by Allison Kiss, documents the genesis and evolution of the Clery Act from its inception. Given the importance of the Clery Act mandates for postsecondary institutions, she outlines the Clery Act compliance requirements and discusses companion legislation including the Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights, Violence Against Women Act, and the Campus SaVE Act that also involve postsecondary institutional efforts to address crime and security issues on campus.

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