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Honor-based violence : policing and prevention / Karl Anton Roberts, Gerry Campbell, Glen Lloyd.

By: Roberts, Karl Anton [author.].
Contributor(s): Campbell, Gerry, 1967- [author.] | Lloyd, Glen [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Medicine Net Base eBooks.Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2014Copyright date: �2014Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781466556676 (ebook : PDF).Subject(s): Women -- Crimes against -- Great Britain -- Prevention | Women -- Crimes against -- Great Britain | Women's rights -- Great BritainAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook. Also available in print format.
Contents:
1. What is honor-based violence? -- 2. Explanatory theories of honor-based violence -- 3. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 1 : primary investigation -- 4. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 2 : secondary investigation -- 5. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 3 : secondary investigation, issues with offence types -- 6. Effective investigation of honor-based violence offences 4 : secondary investigation, family liaison officers, supervision and prosecution -- 7. Risk management : victim risk and community impact assessment -- 8. Multiagency working and honor-based violence -- 9. Communication strategies -- 10. Children and honor-based violence -- 11. Concluding remarks.
Summary: "Investigating honor-based violence can be difficult without a firm grasp of the cultural underpinnings behind the behavior. This volume explores the characteristics and causes of honor-based violence and offers practical insights into effective methods of policing. The research and best practices are drawn largely from the work done by the Violent Crime Directorate of the Metropolitan Police Service (London, UK) managed by Campbell and Lloyd. The accessible style of this text makes it a valuable resource for law enforcement and policing professionals who investigate these crimes and an ideal textbook for policing and criminal justice courses"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. What is honor-based violence? -- 2. Explanatory theories of honor-based violence -- 3. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 1 : primary investigation -- 4. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 2 : secondary investigation -- 5. Effective investigation of honor-based violence 3 : secondary investigation, issues with offence types -- 6. Effective investigation of honor-based violence offences 4 : secondary investigation, family liaison officers, supervision and prosecution -- 7. Risk management : victim risk and community impact assessment -- 8. Multiagency working and honor-based violence -- 9. Communication strategies -- 10. Children and honor-based violence -- 11. Concluding remarks.

"Investigating honor-based violence can be difficult without a firm grasp of the cultural underpinnings behind the behavior. This volume explores the characteristics and causes of honor-based violence and offers practical insights into effective methods of policing. The research and best practices are drawn largely from the work done by the Violent Crime Directorate of the Metropolitan Police Service (London, UK) managed by Campbell and Lloyd. The accessible style of this text makes it a valuable resource for law enforcement and policing professionals who investigate these crimes and an ideal textbook for policing and criminal justice courses"-- Provided by publisher.

Also available in print format.

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<p>Karl Roberts is a forensic psychologist and professor of policing and criminal justice at the University of Western Sydney in Australia. He also has a joint appointment as associate professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. His specific areas of expertise are within the broad field of interpersonal violence and law enforcement investigation, focusing on psychological and behavioral assessment of offenders, investigative interviewing, and threat assessment and management. He has particular interests in the psychology of honor and honor-based violence, and threat identification and management of violent crimes, such as stalking and honor-based crimes. He also has expertise in investigative interviewing by law enforcement and other agencies and has published a number of papers. He works closely with law enforcement and other agencies throughout Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States providing training and advice to investigations in the form of threat assessments and investigative strategies. To date, he has provided advice to over 450 major police investigations.</p> <p> Gerry Campbell is detective chief superintendent with 26 years of service in London's Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). He is currently the borough commander in central Inner London. He also is currently the United Kingdom's Association of Chief Officer's deputy lead for honor-based violence, forced marriage, and female genital mutilation. He co-authored ACPO's first honor-based strategy. While leading high-risk operations, he has also led Scotland Yards policy development relating to public protection including domestic violence, honor-based violence, hate crimes, and the management of registered sexual offenders and dangerous offenders. He has chaired and led a number of strategic groups relating to these crime genres and has been an important part of key national strategy groups. He has worked with the U.K.</p>

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