College Crime: A Statistical Study of Offenses on American Campuses

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McFarland, Oct 5, 2009 - Social Science - 187 pages
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Recent years have seen an increase in attention cast towards on-campus crime. This book examines the breadth of serious criminality and victimization occurring on college and university campuses across the United States, placing special emphasis on the relationship between drug and alcohol abuse and criminal activities such as sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, hate crime, and murder. The book also provides several victim resources and a guide to laws relevant to the prevention and deterrence of on-campus crime.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Drug Use
16
Murder
39
Sexual Assault
60
Dating Violence
80
Stalking
93
Hate Crime
112
Chapter Notes
131
Bibliography
153
Index
175
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R. Barri Flowers is a literary criminologist and mystery novelist with nearly 40 books and numerous articles to his credit. He is a recipient of the Wall of Fame Award from Michigan State University's renowned School of Criminal Justice.

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