Foreword by Gloria Laycock Preface by Karen Bullock, Ronald V. Clarke and Nick Tilley 1. Introduction by Karen Bullock, Ronald V. Clarke and Nick Tilley 2. Situational Crime Prevention and Cross-Border Crime by Edward R. Kleemans, Melvin R. J. Soudijn and Anton W. Weenink 3. Preventing Organized Crime: The Case of Contraband Cigarettes by Klaus von Lampe 4. Sex Trafficking: A Target for Situation Crime Prevention? by James O. FInckenauer and Ko-lin Chin 5. Situational Prevention of Organized Timber Theft and Related Corruption by Adam Graycar and Marcus Felson 6. Situational Organized Crime Prevention in Amsterdam: The Administrative Approach by Hans Nelen 7. Mortgage Fraud and Facilitating Circumstances by Barbra van Gestel 8. Infiltration by Italian Organised Crime (Mafia, N'drangheta and Camorra) of the Public Construction Industry by Ernesto U. Savona 9. Situational Prevention Against Unlawful Influence from Organized Crime by Lars Korsell and Johanna Skinnari 10. Organised Crime and Crime Scripts: Prospects for Disruption by Graham Hancock and Gloria Lycock 11. Policing Mobile Criminality: Towards a Situational Crime Prevention Approach to Organised Crime by Stuart Kirby and Sue Penna
Karen Bullock is Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Surrey. Her research interests include policing, and crime reduction theory and practice. Published works include Problem-oriented Policing and Partnership: Implementaion of an Evidence Based Approach to Crime Reduction with Erol, R and Tilley, N (Willan, 2006), and Crime Reduction and Problem-oriented Policing with Tilley, N (Willan, 2003). Ronald V. Clarke is Professor at the School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, USA. He is the founding editor of Crime Prevention Studies, and is the author or co-author of over 220 books, monographs and papers. His most recent publications include Superhighway Robbery: Preventing E-commerce Crime (Willan Publishing, 2003), Become a Problem Solving Crime Analyst (U.S. Dept of Justice, 2005) and Outsmarting the Terrorists (Praeger, 2006). Nick Tilley is a Visiting Professor at the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science at University College London. He is also Professor of Sociology at Nottingham Trent University. His research interests lie in policing, crime prevention and programme evaluation methodology.