A CRIMINOLOGICAL VIEW OF POLICE EFFECTIVENESS AGAINST CORRUPTION AND PEOPLE WILLINGNESS TO COOPERATE IN DEALING WITH CORRUPTION

Authors

  • Nelken Wallech Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • Judith Van Werner Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
  • Zhou Yui Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom

Keywords:

prevention, detection, corruption, people, willingness, police organisation

Abstract

This article proposes a number of considerations which, used separately and in combination, aid prevention and detection of corruption. It then proposes a wider management approach to dealing with it which ranges from general to specific strategies and actions that are intended to prevent corruption, to design out the circumstances in which it may occur and to provide means of detecting areas of risk and vulnerability. The article particularly focuses on police organisations, and people willingness to cooperate with police organizations to deal with such type of crime. As careful consideration, the results showed that perceptions of legitimacy did not affect the people’ willingness to report corruption to the police. As such it can be serious challenge for police organisation.

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Published

2021-08-04

How to Cite

Wallech, N., Werner, J. V., & Yui, Z. (2021). A CRIMINOLOGICAL VIEW OF POLICE EFFECTIVENESS AGAINST CORRUPTION AND PEOPLE WILLINGNESS TO COOPERATE IN DEALING WITH CORRUPTION. British Journal of Criminology, Law & Justice, 1(1), 25-38. Retrieved from https://fortunepublishing.org/index.php/bjclj/article/view/56

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