Non-violent crime    


The ‘fraud justice network’ and the infra-structure of support for individual fraud victims in England and Wales
Button, Mark, Jacki Tapley and Chris Lewis; Criminology and Criminal Justice, February 2013, Vol 13, No 1, pp37-61; Journal article; Keywords: Fraud; Action Fraud; fraud justice network; support; victims   

Online fraud victims in England and Wales: Victims’ views on sentencing and the opportunity for restorative justice?
Button, Mark, Carol McNaughton Nicholls, Jane Kerr and Rachael Owen; The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, May 2015, Vol 54, No. 2, pp 193-211; Journal article; Keywords: online fraud; identity theft; romance scams; sentencing; restorative justice

Online frauds: learning from victims why they fall for these scams
Button, Mark, Carol McNaughton Nicholls, Jane Kerr and Rachael Owen; Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology; 2014, Vol. 47, No. 3, p 391-408; Journal article; Keywords: Online fraud; scams; victims; fraudster; techniques.

Fear of property crime: examining the effects of victimization, vicarious victimization, and perceived risk
Cook, Carrie L., and Kathleen A. Fox; Violence and Victims , 2011: Vol 26, No 5, pp684-700; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; property crime; risk; fear; theft; burglary

Reporting behavior of fraud victims and Black’s theory of law: an empirical assessment
Copes, Heith, Kerley, Kent R., Mason, Karen A., and Judy Van Wyk; Justice Quarterly , 2001: Vol 18, No 2, pp 343-363; Journal article; Keywords: Fraud; victimisation; reporting   

No laughing matter: blaming the victim of online fraud
Cross, Cassandra; International Review of Victimology, published online before print 12 March 2015; pp. 1-18, 2015; Journal article; Keywords: Online fraud; victim-blaming; victim support     

Property crime victims’ decision to notify the police: social, cognitive, and affective determinants
Greenberg, Martin S., and Scott R. Beach; Law and Human Behavior , Apr 2004: 28, 2, pp177186; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; property crime; reporting; crime victims; community; burglary; theft                              

Predictors of acute stress disorder in response to bank robbery
Hansen, Maj and Ask Elklit; European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2011, Vol. 2, pp 1-9; Journal article; Keywords: Robbery; ASD; perceived safety; trauma predictor; acute stress disorder.     

Does acute stress disorder predict posttraumatic stress disorder following bank robbery?
Hansen, Maj and Ask Elklit; Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Jan 2013, Vol 1, pp 25-44; Journal article; Keywords: Robbery; acute stress disorder; ASD; posttraumatic stress disorder; PTSD; trauma; predictor                            

Satisfaction with the initial police response and development of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in victims of domestic burglary
Kunst, M.J.J., S. Rutten, and E. Knijf; Journal of Traumatic Stress, 2013, Vol 26, Issue 2, pp. 111-118; Journal article; Keywords: Burglary; PTSD; police response; victim satisfaction

Violence in context: a multilevel analysis of victim injury in robbery incidents
Tillyer, Marie Skubak and Rob Tillyer; Justice Quarterly, 2012; Published online 9 July 2012; pp1-25; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; robbery; violence; injury

Investigating vulnerability and reporting behaviour for consumer fraud victimization
Van Wyk, Judy and Karen A. Mason; Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice; November 2001, Vol. 17, No.4, p 328-344; Journal article; Keywords: Consumer fraud; crime prevention; vulnerability; risk-taking behaviour

The psychology of the online dating romance scam   
Whitty, Monica and Tom Buchanan; University of Leicester; April 2012, , p 1-23; Research report; Keywords: Online fraud; scams; victims; fraudster; techniques; online dating; romance scams; psychological effects; crime prevention