The Costs of Crime and Justice

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Index

a
Abt Associates 73
age, victimization rate by 66 -7, 69
aggregate costs:
drug abuse 72 -3;
fraud 67 -8, 70 ;
street crime 5 - 6 , 39 - 40 , 45 -7, 82 -3
Anderson, D. 82 -4
Aos, S. 98 - 103
Arrow, K. 37
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 67 -8
at-risk youth:
see high-risk youth
Austin, J. ix , 5 , 87 , 95
avoidance costs 9 , 13 , 29 - 30 , 81 -4

b
Barnett, W. 96 -7
Becker, G. ix , 24 , 86
benefit-cost analysis 6 - 7 , 30 , 39 , 90 -1, 92 - 103
boot camps:
see intermediate sanctions
Brand, S. 58 -9, 71
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) 32 , 49 , 56 , 62 , 66-9 , 81 , 85-7
Burt, M. 56
Burton, V. 87

c
Carrington, F. 65
child abuse 65
child victims 54 , 65
Clotfelter, C. 81
Cohen, M. 4 , 8 , 32 , 35 -7, 39 , 55 , 58 , 70 -1, 72 , 95 , 97 , 103
Cohen, M. and T. Miller 64 , 78
Columbine High School 1 - 2
Computer Security Institute 70
contingent valuation methodology:
see willingness-to-pay:
survey methodology
Cook, P. 16 , 17 , 23 , 88
corporate crime 68 - 70
cost-effectiveness 90 -3
criminal career 99 , 103 -4
criminal justice costs 13 , 84 -5
criticisms of cost of crime literature 38 - 40
Cullen, F. 4 , 87

d
Delisi, M. 104
Demmert, H. 9
DiIulio, J. 93
direct versus indirect costs 9 , 26
discount rate:
see present value
Donohue, J. 93
drug abuse:
crime and 72 -3, 83 ;
treatment 92 , 94 , 97 , 99 - 100
Dugan, L. 32 , 57

e
economic crimes:
see white-collar crimes
economic theory of crime 16 - 22
educational attainment:
effect of victimization on 32
emergency response services:
see police
ex ante versus ex post costs 26 -7, 36 , 57
external versus social costs 23 -5, 38 -9, 94

f
Farrington, D. 93 -4, 98
fatal crimes 50 , 54 , 58 - 60 , 77 ;
against incarcerated offenders 87
fear of crime 13
fire department:
see police:
emergency response services
fixed costs 28
fraud:
see white-collar crimes freedom;
value of lost 87

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figure ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • 1 - Introduction and Overview 1
  • 2 - An Economic Approach to Crime and Costing Methodologies 16
  • 3 - Victim Costs 41
  • 4 - Third-Party and Society Costs 74
  • 5 - Policy Analysis and the Costs of Crime 90
  • Notes 106
  • References 109
  • Index 119
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