ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMINOLOGY THEORIES: AN ANALYSIS OF LIVESTOCK THEFT CASES

This article describes the uniqueness of livestock theft as a rural crime that needs to be attended to in a more specialised manner than other crimes against property in rural areas. Specific livestock theft cases are used to demonstrate by means of environmental criminology theories that livestock theft occurs within a specific rural environment and that generalisation of the crimes is not always possible due to the type of crime that is committed. The events of the crimes create much awareness regarding crime, space and time and the involved social media and other technologies that can be used to detect livestock theft crimes in future. Read more …

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