Tom Vander Beken
Tom Vander Beken
Professor Criminal Law and Crimology, Ghent University
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Risky business: A risk-based methodology to measure organized crime
T Vander Beken
Crime, Law and Social Change 41 (5), 471-516, 2004
1062004
Organized crime: a contested concept
L Paoli, T Vander Beken
The Oxford handbook of organized crime, 13-31, 2014
972014
The incantations of the EU organised crime policy making
PC Van Duyne, T Vander Beken
Crime, Law and Social Change 51 (2), 261-281, 2009
842009
Punishment at home: Offenders’ experiences with electronic monitoring
D Vanhaelemeesch, T Vander Beken, S Vandevelde
European Journal of Criminology 11 (3), 273-287, 2014
802014
Mentally ill offenders in prison: The Belgian case
S Vandevelde, V Soyez, T Vander Beken, S De Smet, A Boers, ...
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 34 (1), 71-78, 2011
702011
Reducing vulnerabilities to crime of the European waste management industry: the research base and the prospects for policy
N Dorn, S Van Daele, T Vander Beken
Eur. J. Crime Crim. L. & Crim. Just. 15, 23, 2007
602007
Legitimate businesses and crime vulnerabilities
T Vander Beken, S Van Daele
International Journal of Social Economics, 2008
552008
Waste management and crime: regulatory, business and product vulnerabilities
S Van Daele, T Vander Beken, N Dorn
Environmental Policy and Law 37 (1), 34-38, 2007
522007
Reporting on organised crime: a shift from description to explanation in the Belgian annual report on organised crime
C Black, T Vander Beken, B Frans
Maklu, 2001
522001
A discrete spatial choice model of burglary target selection at the house-level
C Vandeviver, T Neutens, S Van Daele, D Geurts, T Vander Beken
Applied Geography 64, 24-34, 2015
512015
Big Boys Don’t Cry: A Critical Interpretive Synthesis of Male Sexual Victimization
J Depraetere, C Vandeviver, T Vander Beken, I Keygnaert
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1524838018816979, 2018
502018
What makes long crime trips worth undertaking? Balancing costs and benefits in burglars’ journey to crime
C Vandeviver, S Van Daele, T Vander Beken
British Journal of Criminology 55 (2), 399-420, 2015
472015
Prevalence of Sexual Violence in Migrants, Applicants for International Protection and Refugees: A Critical Interpretive Synthesis of the Evidence
L De Schrijver, T Vander Beken, B Krahé, I Keygnaert
Preprints. org, 2018
42*2018
Dilemmas in applying strengths-based approaches in working with offenders with mental illness: A critical multidisciplinary review
S Vandevelde, F Vander Laenen, L Van Damme, W Vanderplasschen, ...
Aggression and Violent Behavior 32, 71-79, 2017
412017
Organised crime and vulnerability of economic sectors: The European transport and music sector
T Vander Beken
Maklu, 2005
392005
Measuring organised crime in Belgium: A risk-based methodology
C Black, T Vander Beken, B De Ruyver
Maklu, 2000
372000
The Music Industry on (the) Line: Surviving Music Piracy in a Digital Era
J Janssens, S Vandacle, T Vander Beken
Eur. J. Crime Crim. L. & Crim. Just. 17, 77, 2009
362009
Proactive policing and the assessment of organised crime
K Verfaillie, T Vander Beken
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2008
362008
Police torture in China and its causes: a review of literature
W Wu, T Vander Beken
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 43 (3), 557-579, 2010
342010
Blurring military and police roles
M Den Boer, J Janssens, R Moelker, T Vander Beken
Eleven International Publishing, 2010
332010
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