Nature and impact of criminal victimization in Barbados
Source of Publication
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
This article examines the nature and impact of crime through the survey of victims who reported crimes against them to the Barbados Police Force in 1998. The study shows that the victims reported serious concern about the high level of crime in Barbados. Further, the study found that concern about crime was influenced by many factors including the type of crime, age, gender, and occupation. In addition, the findings of the study pointed to physical injuries, economic cost, and emotional impacts on the victims, even though many victims underestimated the economic cost of their victimization. © 2007 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
Informa UK Limited
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Barbados, Crime, Impact, Victims
Yeboah, David A. and Brathwaite, Farley, "Nature and impact of criminal victimization in Barbados" (2007). All Works. 2476.
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