What nox Blogs About

At nox we will look into chilling, stark reality of crime subjects and “know thy enemy”, to relevant research ranging from the various crime theories and crime prevention strategies. That is, after all, the ultimate purpose and why nox was created.

“For the usual predatory crime to occur, a likely offender must find a suitable target in the absence of a capable guardian. This means that crime can increase without more offenders if there are more targets, or if offenders can get to targets with no guardians present. This also means that community life can change to produce more crime opportunities without any increase in criminal motivation.”[1]

[1]Felson, M., Clarke, R. V., (1998) Police Research Series Paper 98: Opportunity Makes the Thief Practical theory for crime prevention (Ed) Webb, B, Policing and Reducing Crime Unit, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, London

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