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Sociology of Crime: Measuring the Relationship between Family Aspect and Women Trafficking in District Peshawar, Pakistan

Sociology of Crime: Measuring the Relationship between Family Aspect and Women Trafficking in District Peshawar, Pakistan Imran1, Intikhab Alam2 & Shahid Iqbal3 Abstract Women Trafficking is considered as one of the heinous crimes occurring across the globe. Academicians from different discipline particularly sociologists and criminologists tend to explore the probable causes and mechanisms for tackling this […]

Corroborating Evidence as a Mechanism to Fill ‘Reliability Void’ in Pakistan’s Criminal Justice System: Judicial Discretion and its Limitations

Corroborating Evidence as a Mechanism to Fill ‘Reliability Void’ in Pakistan’s Criminal Justice System: Judicial Discretion and its Limitations Shahbaz Ahmad Cheema1 Abstract Technique of corroboration plays a vital role in appreciation and evaluation of evidence in judicial proceedings. Its purpose is to ensure conviction of real culprits and to prevent wrongful punishment of innocent persons. This […]

Opportunity Creation by Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of Convenience in White-Collar Crime

Opportunity Creation by Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of Convenience in White-Collar Crime Petter Gottschalk1 Abstract The theory of convenience suggests that white-collar crime is dependent on a financial motive to explore possibilities and avoid threats, an organizational opportunity to commit and conceal financial crime, and a personal willingness for deviant behavior. This article presents a case […]

International Students and Determinants of Their Confidence in the Police

International Students and Determinants of Their Confidence in the Police Prit Kaur1, Shanta Varma2 Abstract International students serve as economic drivers and global (international) focal points in the academic institutions of the United States. Their rising numbers and significant economic contributions have led to growing concerns about their needs, resources, safety and security as transit-status individuals […]