Data Theft in UK Law

  • Inequality and Violent Crime: Evidence from Data on Robbery and Violent Theft
    • Núm. 42-1, Enero 2005
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article argues that the link between income inequality and violent property crime might be spurious, complementing a similar argument in prior analysis by the a...
  • Employee Theft: A Profile of Staff Dishonesty in the Retail Sector
    • Núm. 1-1, Enero 1993
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 45-56
    Data are presented on staff dishonesty in the electrical retail sector deriving from a 1991 survey of 55 Dixons stores in the Dixons Stores Group. Two hundred and seventy seven staff were interview...
    ......ABSTRACT Data are presented on staff dishonesty in the electrical retail sector deriving from a 1991 survey of 55 Dixons stores in the Dixons Stores Group. Two ......
  • Identity theft complaints: exploring the state‐level correlates
    • Núm. 15-3, Julio 2008
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 295-307
    Purpose: Identity theft is an emerging form of criminal behavior, with complaints about the behavior rising. However, little research has explored the correlates of these complaints, especially sta...
    ...... is to examine the state-level characteristics correlatedwith identity theft complaints.Design/methodology/approach – The present study uses data collected from the 2000 US censusand the Federal Trade Commission’s 2002 through 2005 reports on identity theft. Regression isused to determine ......
  • Identity theft: a small step towards big financial crimes
    • Núm. 27-3, Septiembre 2020
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 897-910
    Purpose: This paper aims to study the concept of identity fraud and how these identity thefts can actually lead to financial crime. These crimes which usually were done in the traditional way now h...
    ......What are the optionsavailable if an individual is a victim of ID theft?Prosch (2009) gave that nearly 86 million cases of a data breach were done in the very firstquarter of 2008 in the UK, whereas the latest report of Kroll (2019) said that 33% of Indiancompanies have fraud ......
  • Self-reported youth delinquency in Europe and beyond: First results of the Second International Self-Report Delinquency Study in the context of police and victimization data
    • Núm. 7-2, Marzo 2010
    • European Journal of Criminology
    This article reports on the first results of the Second International Self-Report Delinquency Study (ISRD-2), a large international collaborative study of delinquency and victimization of 12—15-yea...
    ...... 160 European Journal of Criminology 7(2) victimization experiences (theft and robbery/extortion). Using different measures, significant differences in level and type of offending are found between country clusters, ......
  • Consumer identity theft prevention and identity fraud detection behaviours
    • Núm. 19-1, Diciembre 2011
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 20-36
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate consumer behaviour as it relates to identity theft and fraud. Design/methodology/approach: Using survey data, this paper models the relationshi...
    ...... purpose of this paper is to investigate consumer behaviour as it relates to identitytheft and fraud.Design/methodology/approach – Using survey data, this paper models the relationship betweenpast experience of consumers and their levels of concern, and derives the principal components thatmake up ......
  • Towards an understanding of judicial denunciation: Relating theory to practice by comparing the perceptions of English and Danish lower court judges when sentencing minor theft offenders
    • Núm. 13-1, Febrero 2013
    • Criminology & Criminal Justice
    The influence of judicial denunciation during sentence summation and how this equates with wider criminal justice attempts to change offending behaviour through re-education and re-moralization app...
    ...... cultures there  were common hints provided as to what denunciation may mean when applied to theft offenders.  However, the limited data gathered were insufficient to develop a firm link to any one specific  sentencing principle, policy or social theory. It would appear that if we are ......
  • Using Targeted Publicity to Reduce Opportunities for Bicycle Theft
    • Núm. 6-3, Mayo 2009
    • European Journal of Criminology
    Throughout Europe various policy targets have recently been proposed to encourage cycling as a sustainable transport alternative. From a criminological perspective, if successful, increases in the ...
    ......Although there is little research into bicycle theft compared with other volume crimes, analyses of data from the International Crime Victim Survey indicate that cyclists are around three times more likely to have their bike stolen than car owners ......
  • Asset misappropriation in small businesses
    • Núm. 25-2, Mayo 2018
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 369-383
    Purpose: This paper aims to increase the understanding of the types of insider financial frauds that occur within small businesses by focusing on a sample of businesses that have not employed a cer...
    ...... not employed a certified fraudexaminer(CFE) in response to employee theft.Design/methodology/approach –The survey data analyzed come from 102 ......
  • The Phantom of Deterrence: The Crime (Serious and Repeat Offenders) Sentencing Act
    • Núm. 26-3, Diciembre 1993
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    Throughout 1991 a car theft “crime wave” and a series of deaths arising from high-speed police pursuits had engendered an atmosphere of crisis in “law and order” in Western Australia. Prompted by t...
    ...... ACT Roderic Broadhurst" and Nini Loh t Throughout 1991 a car theft "crime wave" and a series of deaths arisingfrom high-speed police ... The data, however, indicate that the decline in official records of car theft ......
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