- Roland Iosif Moraru added an answer:25Is it justified to publish information about convicted pedophiles who returned to the community?
Balancing public safety, children safety v. privacy. What is more weighty?
My opinion is that providing information to community is a basic prevention measure. The harm for an inocent who could be a potential victim is much higher, from all the points of view, then the anathema on the potential agressor. Is a matter of ethics. Who do we protect?Following
- Robert James McClelland added an answer:1Is there a questionnaire about the attitude toward smuggling?
I'm looking for a well-established questionnaire (a measure OR inventory) about attitude and tendency toward smuggling.
Gilmore et al 2013 on
also Merriman has done quite a few surveys re: tobacco smuggling
- Saima Eman added an answer:5Does anyone know of studies about patterns of offender mobility and geographic profiling in drug-related offences?
I'm doing a spatial crime analysis in Valencia (Spain) and I would like to know if there are any research on travel patterns of minor drug offenders.
Did you contact Andrew N Costello? May have more information!Following
- Bubba Nicholson added an answer:10What ethical implications arise from the burgeoning field of neurocriminology?
A piece dedicated to Dr. Glenn's publication:
- Taufik Mohammad added an answer:3Can you suggest any literature reviews on parental socioeconomic status affecting delinquent behaviours?
parental socioeconomic status
I think this article provides a good basic understanding on SES and development in general, which includes delinquency.