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A. B. M. Najmus Sakib currently works as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed his Masters in Victimology and Criminal Justice from the International Victimology Institute Tilburg "INTERVICT", Tilburg University. Sakib does research in Organized crime, Victimology and victim services, Prison administration, Juvenile Delinquency, Violent Crime, Policing, Human Trafficking etc.
Over the span of the Covid-19 pandemic, more than eighteen million cases have been reported worldwide and the virus continues to affect populations globally. While attempting to adapt to the rapidly changing environment, groups have been taking advantage of the new social context that the pandemic created. Criminals, for instance, gained an opportu...
The geographical location of Bangladesh has contributed significantly towards making it a hub of human trafficking. The social structure remains overtly patriarchal, with women still treated as lower class citizens. In Bangladesh, several causes of female trafficking have been identified. Research has established that illiteracy, poverty and the pr...
In recent times, the law enforcement agencies of Bangladesh are universally appreciated for their constitutive and plucky attitude to extremist gangs inside the country. Contrariwise, a suspicious incident of a particular form of extrajudicial killing; Crossfire is fading their achievements. Initially, it was a media term, but now widely used to ex...
Exploring the burgeoning gang culture in urban Bangladesh