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2004 - 2020

Current editor(s): Carlo Morselli

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Volume 21, issue 3-4, 2020

Introducing digital vigilantism pp. 189-195 Downloads
Gilles Favarel-Garrigues, Samuel Tanner and Daniel Trottier
Denunciation and doxing: towards a conceptual model of digital vigilantism pp. 196-212 Downloads
Daniel Trottier
The many shades of digital vigilantism. A typology of online self-justice pp. 213-241 Downloads
Benjamin Loveluck
The role of digital media in the strategies of far-right vigilante groups in Slovakia pp. 242-261 Downloads
Radka Vicenová
“Watchful citizens” and digital vigilantism: a case study of the far right in Quebec pp. 262-282 Downloads
Samuel Tanner and Aurélie Campana
(Con)trolling the Web: Social Media User Arrests, State-Supported Vigilantism and Citizen Counter-Forces in Russia pp. 283-305 Downloads
Rashid Gabdulhakov
Digital vigilantism and anti-paedophile activism in Russia. Between civic involvement in law enforcement, moral policing and business venture pp. 306-326 Downloads
Gilles Favarel-Garrigues
An impressive view on profit driven cybercrime: a review of J. Lusthaus’ industry of anonymity pp. 327-331 Downloads
M. Weulen Kranenbarg

Volume 21, issue 2, 2020

Homicide as a function of city block layout: Mexico City as case study pp. 111-129 Downloads
Carlos J. Vilalta, Robert Muggah and Gustavo Fondevila
Features of transnational illicit waste trafficking and crime prevention strategies to tackle it pp. 130-153 Downloads
Daniela Andreatta and Serena Favarin
A methodology for estimating the illicit consumption of cigarettes at the country level pp. 154-184 Downloads
Alberto Aziani, Marco Dugato and Cecilia Meneghini
Situational breakdowns: Understanding protest violence and other surprising outcomes pp. 185-188 Downloads
Thomas O’Brien

Volume 21, issue 1, 2020

Innovations in research on illicit networks pp. 1-2 Downloads
David Bright and Russell Brewer
Violence in the “balance”: a structural analysis of how rivals, allies, and third-parties shape inter-gang violence pp. 3-27 Downloads
Kiminori Nakamura, George Tita and David Krackhardt
Exploring interrelationships between high-level drug trafficking and other serious and organised crime: an Australian study pp. 28-50 Downloads
Caitlin Elizabeth Hughes, Jenny Chalmers and David Anthony Bright
Poisonous connections: a case study on a Czech counterfeit alcohol distribution network pp. 51-73 Downloads
Tomáš Diviák, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra and Tom A.B. Snijders
Brokering between (not so) overt and (not so) covert networks in conflict zones pp. 74-110 Downloads
Patrycja Stys, Judith Verweijen, Papy Muzuri, Samuel Muhindo, Christoph Vogel and Johan H. Koskinen

Volume 20, issue 3-4, 2019

Small-world networks and synchronisation in an agent-based model of civil violence pp. 161-195 Downloads
Maria Fonoberova, Igor Mezić, Jadranka Mezić, James Hogg and Jason Gravel
Radicalization in arms? Exploring armed violence capital in the context of Quebec’s civilian military simulation communities pp. 196-214 Downloads
Maxime Bérubé and Benjamin Ducol
Syndicate women. Gender and networks in Chicago organised crime pp. 215-218 Downloads
Elisa Bellotti

Volume 20, issue 2, 2019

An analysis of outlaw motorcycle gang crime: are bikers organised criminals? pp. 69-89 Downloads
Mark Lauchs and Zoe Staines
Following the price: identifying cocaine trafficking networks in Colombia pp. 90-114 Downloads
Galia J. Benítez, Siddharth Chandra, Teniente Coronel Liz Wendy Cuadros Veloza and Intendente José Darío Díaz Cárdenas
Gangs and governance in Russia: the paradox of law and lawlessness pp. 115-133 Downloads
Svetlana Stephenson
“One of us”: the neomelodic music industry as a Camorra-mediated space of subaltern publicity in contemporary Naples pp. 134-155 Downloads
Salvatore Giusto
Organized crime: a very short introduction pp. 156-159 Downloads
Alex Chung

Volume 20, issue 1, 2019

Fear of terrorism: media exposure and subjective fear of attack pp. 1-25 Downloads
Harley Williamson, Suzanna Fay and Toby Miles-Johnson
Size and scope of the tobacco trade on the darkweb pp. 26-44 Downloads
Viviana Barrera, Aili Malm, David Décary-Hétu and Rasmus Munksgaard
Civilising the police: reconceptualising the role of the state in theories of American policing pp. 45-64 Downloads
Christopher D. O’Connor and Phillip C. Shon
Jonathan D., Rosen and Roberto Zepeda, organised crime, drug trafficking, and violence (Felipe Calderón to Enrique Peña Nieto) pp. 65-68 Downloads
Erik Cheekes

Volume 19, issue 3-4, 2018

Governing crime and violence in Latin America pp. 171-191 Downloads
Markus-Michael Müller
Transnational and local entanglements in the ‘cycle of violence’ of Central American migration pp. 192-210 Downloads
Lirio Gutiérrez Rivera
Building institutional capacity: knowledge production for transnational security governance in Mexico pp. 211-227 Downloads
Peter Finkenbusch
Criminalising encounters: MINUSTAH as a laboratory for armed humanitarian pacification pp. 228-249 Downloads
Frank Müller and Andrea Steinke
Criminal heterarchy and its critics: governance and the making of insecurity in Colombia pp. 250-270 Downloads
Alke Jenss
Crafting public security: demilitarisation, penal state reform and security policy-making in post-authoritarian Chile pp. 271-295 Downloads
Paul Hathazy
Violence, bureaucracy and intreccio in Brazil pp. 296-314 Downloads
Graham Denyer Willis
Drug trafficking, the informal order, and. Reflections on the crime-governance nexus in Mexico pp. 315-338 Downloads
Wil G. Pansters
Criminal organizations and the policymaking process pp. 339-361 Downloads
Enrique Desmond Arias

Volume 19, issue 2, 2018

Corrigendum pp. 1-1 Downloads
The Editors
An analysis of the United Kingdom’s cannabis market using crowdsourced data pp. 85-106 Downloads
Luca Giommoni and R.V. Gundur
The legal geographies of transnational cyber-prosecutions: extradition, human rights and forum shifting pp. 107-124 Downloads
Monique Mann, Ian Warren and Sally Kennedy
The globalised network of a dirty game: match-fixing, illegal betting and transnational organised crime in Italian football pp. 125-145 Downloads
Jacopo Costa
Illicit payments for illicit goods: noncontact drug distribution on Russian online drug marketplaces pp. 146-170 Downloads
Alexander Mikhaylov and Richard Frank

Volume 19, issue 1, 2018

Cybercrime is whose responsibility? A case study of an online behaviour system in crime pp. 1-21 Downloads
Masarah Paquet-Clouston, David Décary-Hétu and Olivier Bilodeau
Improving state legitimacy? The role of anti-corruption agencies in fragile and conflict-affected states pp. 22-41 Downloads
Sergio Marco Gemperle
Selling stolen goods on the online markets: an explorative study pp. 42-62 Downloads
Sara Aniello and Stefano Caneppele
Burning bridges: why don’t organised crime groups pull back from violent conflicts? pp. 63-84 Downloads
Valentin Pereda

Volume 18, issue 4, 2017

Towards a more proactive approach to brand protection: development of the Organisational Risk Assessment for Product Counterfeiting (ORAPC) pp. 329-352 Downloads
Jay P. Kennedy, Jeremy Wilson and Ryan Labrecque
Networks and illicit associations in corrupt exchanges: representing a gelatinous system in Italy pp. 353-374 Downloads
Jacopo Costa
Meet the: increased competition among criminal organisations and the explosion of violence in Mexico pp. 375-402 Downloads
Laura H. Atuesta and Aldo F. Ponce
Varieties of vigilantism: conceptual discord, meaning and strategies pp. 403-423 Downloads
Eduardo Moncada
Criminal network vulnerabilities and adaptations pp. 424-441 Downloads
David Bright, Catherine Greenhill, Thomas Britz, Alison Ritter and Carlo Morselli
Gerry Nagtzaam, Cheltenham Edward Elgar pp. 442-444 Downloads
Thomas O’Brien

Volume 18, issue 3, 2017

Criminology in the face of flows: reflections on contemporary policing and security pp. 165-175 Downloads
Anthony Amicelle, Karine Côté-Boucher, Benoît Dupont, Massimiliano Mulone, Clifford Shearing and Samuel Tanner
Managing flows during mega-events: taking account of internal and external flows in public order policing operations pp. 176-197 Downloads
Chad Whelan and Adam Molnar
Fluid interfaces between flows of rhino horn pp. 198-217 Downloads
Annette Hübschle
Regulation of cross-border law enforcement: ‘locks’ and ‘dams’ to regional and international flows of policing pp. 218-236 Downloads
Saskia Hufnagel
Crime analysis and cognitive effects: the practice of policing flows of data pp. 237-255 Downloads
Carrie Sanders and Camie Condon
European border policing: EUROSUR, knowledge, calculation pp. 256-285 Downloads
Julien Jeandesboz
Liquid modernity and the police; thinking about information flows in police organisation pp. 286-302 Downloads
James Sheptycki
International flows, political order and social change: (in)security, by-product of the will of order over change pp. 303-321 Downloads
Didier Bigo
Sonja Wolf pp. 322-324 Downloads
Carlos Ponce
Jeremy Morris and Abel Polese pp. 325-327 Downloads
Thomas O’Brien

Volume 18, issue 2, 2017

Smuggling wildlife in the Americas: scale, methods, and links to other organised crimes pp. 77-99 Downloads
Peter Reuter and Davin O’Regan
Narcomessages as a way to analyse the evolution of organised crime in Mexico pp. 100-121 Downloads
Laura H. Atuesta
How MDMA flows across the USA: evidence from price data pp. 122-139 Downloads
Siddharth Chandra, Yan-Liang Yu and Vinay Bihani
In search of solace and finding servitude: human trafficking and the human trafficking vulnerability of African asylum seekers in Malta pp. 140-157 Downloads
Christian Kemp
Dawn I. Rothe and David Kauzlarich pp. 158-160 Downloads
Becky Nash
Klaus von Lampe pp. 161-164 Downloads
Elena Sciandra

Volume 18, issue 1, 2017

Identifying gaps in the research literature on illicit markets on-line pp. 1-10 Downloads
Thomas J. Holt
The online stolen data market: disruption and intervention approaches pp. 11-30 Downloads
Alice Hutchings and Thomas J. Holt
Can criminals create opportunities for crime? Malvertising and illegal online medicine trade pp. 31-48 Downloads
Yuliya G. Zabyelina
The network structure of malware development, deployment and distribution pp. 49-69 Downloads
Mitch Macdonald and Richard Frank
Blood oil: tyrants, violence and the rules that run the world pp. 70-73 Downloads
Nigel South
Mafia and antimafia: a brief history pp. 73-75 Downloads
Vincenzo Scalia
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