crimes

Crime and COVID-19: Effect of changes in routine activities in Mexico City

This study showed that the incidence of most crime types in Mexico City decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, it also showed that some of the decreases were associated with the reduction of crime opportunities related to the disruption of routine activities.

Register Now: COVID-19 and Crime Research Seminar

Register for a research seminar showcasing recent work on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on crime and policing. I will be presenting a talk on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on crime in Mexico City.

Crime and COVID-19: Effect of changes in routine activities in Mexico City

This study showed that the incidence of most crime types in Mexico City decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, it also showed that some of the decreases were associated with the reduction of crime opportunities related to the disruption of routine activities.

Are repeatedly extorted businesses different? A multilevel hurdle model of extortion victimization

**Objectives.** Research consistently shows that crime concentrates on a few repeatedly victimized places and targets. In this paper we examine whether the same is true for extortion against businesses. We then test whether the factors that explain …

Repeat extortion victimisation of Mexican businesses

Research on repeat victimisation consistently reveals that crimes to concentrate within a small subset of victims. Given a recent increase on the number of extortions against businesses in Mexico, this research aimed to answer whether extortion …