Cyber-offenders versus traditional offenders

An article by Dr. Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg Cybercrimes, especially cyber-dependent crimes (like hacking, web defacement, and malware), challenge the way we traditionally explain and prevent offending. The anonymous digital context in which these crimes take place may have changed, for example, situations in which opportunities for committing crime occur, skills and personality characteristics needed to commit […]

Probation perspectives on prison research by Steve Pitts

Steve Pitts reflects on participation in this year’s International Correctional Research Symposium The author is a CEP Ambassador and independent consultant on community-based justice. He formerly led international work for the then National Offender Management Service, England and Wales, during which time he oversaw several European research and development projects. Earlier roles included managing the […]

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