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Criminal Events Cluster

Bystander effect in street disputes disquestioned

During escalating disputes and fights on the street, bystanders nearly always intervene to help calm things down, reveals research from NSCR. Together with colleagues...

How can the police prevent a conflict between members of the public escalating?

On behalf of Politie & Wetenschap (Police & Science), NSCR is starting a study into police interventions in conflicts between members of the public on the...

Grant to study violence and threats against law enforcement officers

NSCR researcher Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard receives a grant from the The Danish Working Environment Research Fund for the research project ‘Reduction of threats and...

Crime caught on camera: a game changer for criminology

NSCR researchers Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard and Wim Bernasco guest-edited an issue of the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. The issue is completely devoted...

The Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making: insight into criminal behavior

The Oxford Handbook or Offender Decision Making is expected to be the reference work on perpetrators and how they get to their criminal behavior. NSCR researchers Wim...

Bystanders in Action in Violent Events

Imagine witnessing an armed robbery while shopping. Or walking home from the store and seeing a violent fight on the street. What would you do? Would you intervene? And...