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Disrupting Criminal Networks: Network Analysis in Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention Studies, Volume 28

Edited by Gisela Bichler and Aili E. Malm

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Why Networks?
Gisela Bichler and Aili E. Malm

Street Gangs and Co-offending Networks
J.M. McGloin and Z. Rowan

Applying Group Audits to Problem-Oriented Policing
Sierra-Arevalo and A.V. Papachristos

Network Stability Issues in a Co-Offending Population
C. Morselli, T.U. Grund, and R. Boivin

Identifying Key Actors in Drug Trafficking Networks
D.A. Bright

Predicting Organized Crime Leaders
F. Calderoni

Defection from a Fraud Network
R.R. Faulkner and E.R. Cheney

Discrediting Vendors in Online Criminal Markets
D. Décary-Hétu and D. Laferrière

Vulnerabilities in Online Child Exploitation Networks
K. Joffres and M. Bouchard

Measuring Disruption in Terrorist Communications
S. Bush and G. Bichler

Using Space Syntax to Inform Crime Prevention
L. Summers and S.D. Johnson

Appendix: Networks in a Nutshell
G. Bichler and S. Bush