Crimes across borders

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    Breaking down borders

    [12.10] Until recently, crime was mainly viewed as a domestic problem.That is, each country has defined its own crimes using domestic criminal law to do so, and responded to the occurrence of such crimes using its own justice processes. Most crimes were local in nature, committed by citizens or other entities (eg corporations) of a nation-state against fellow citizens or other entities of the same state. Often these crimes would be committed against people living in the same town, village, or urban neighbourhood.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCrime and Justice
    Subtitle of host publicationA Guide to criminology
    EditorsDarren Palmer, Willem De Lint, Derek Dalton
    Place of PublicationPyrmont, N.S.W.
    PublisherThomson Reuters
    Number of pages26
    ISBN (Print)9780455238647
    Publication statusPublished - 2017


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