Retail crime : international evidence and prevention
Print Book, English, 2018
Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire, 2018
1 volume. : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 21 cm.
Part 1 – An Introduction to Retail CrimeChapter 1. Retail crime; Vania Ceccato and Rachel ArmitageChapter 2. International Trends in Retail Crime and Prevention Practices; Joshua BamfieldPart 2 – Products, Settings and Offenders in RetailChapter 3. Can We Ever Know Which Objects Thieves Most Desire?; Brian Smith, Ron ClarkeChapter 4. Who Steals from Shops, and Why?; James Hunter, Laura Garius, Paul Hamilton and Azrini WahidinChapter 5. COPS and Robbers; Emmeline TaylorPart 3 – Retail Environments, Crime and Perceived SafetyChapter 6. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and Retail Crime; Rachel Armitage, Chris Joyce and Leanne MonchukChapter 7. Shoplifting in Small Stores; Paul CozensChapter 8. Crime in a Scandinavian Shopping Centre; Vania Ceccato, Örjan Falk, Pouriya Parsanezhad and Väino TarandiChapter 9. Perceived Safety in a Shopping Centre; Vania Ceccato, Sanda TcacencuPart 4 – Retail Crime and the Wider Context.- dChapter 10. Shopping Crime at Place; Aviv-Yafo, David Weisburd, Shai Amram and Maor Shay Chapter 11. Crime at the Intersection of Rail and Retail; Andrew NewtonChapter 12. Crime Against Trading; Marcelo Justus, Vania Ceccato, Gustavo Moreira and Tulio KahnChapter 13. Theft of Medicines from Hospitals as Organised Retail Crime; Ernesto Savona, Marco Dugato and Michele RiccardiPart 5 – Retail Crime PreventionChapter 14. The Challenges to Preventing Losses in Retailing; Martin GillChapter 15. Towards a Theory of Tagging in Retail Environments; Aiden Sidebottom, Nick TilleyPart 6 – Research and Practice.- Chapter 16. Practical challenges and new research frontiers in retail crime and its prevention; Vania Ceccato and Rachel Armitage.