Crime Victimisation in India

Springer International Publishing AG
2 November 2022

Crime Victimisation in India

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This edited volume is a pioneering and comprehensive study of crime victimisation in India. Relying on the findings of four crime victimisation surveys conducted in India, it provides a unique basis for understanding crime in society. It considers the public’s fear of crime and perceptions of safety and security, focusing on their access to the police and how they view police effectiveness. This study provides critical data on the level of crime within particular spatial and temporal conditions which can supplement official statistics on crime published by the state, help systematically diagnose law and order issues and develop solutions for improved policing and public safety.

A unique and timely volume, this book will be of interest to researchers of Asian criminology, victimology and the study of the criminal justice system, as well as those interested in empirical research and policy making in criminal justice.

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