Vol 9 No 2 (2019)

Rural Crime (special issue)

Rural crime is different to urban crime and, with increasing globalisation and ease of travel, is probably on the rise. Yet, its recognition as a special issue for governments to consider is slow. Articles in this issue of the journal discuss difficulties with how to define 'rural crime', training law enforcers in how to appropriately deal with 'rurality', insights from those who must implement the law, and the fraught issue of creating policies and regulations that effectively curb rural crime.

Table of Contents


Jennifer A Maher, Tanya Wyatt, Professor
Article ID 6266
Kreseda Smith
Article ID 6555
Willie Johannes Clack
Article ID 6467

non-peer reviewed articles

Christopher J Bone
Article ID 6554
John Nicholson
Article ID 6548
Geoff McKechnie
Article ID 6553