Homicide and Organised Crime in Birmingham, West Midlands: Future Directions and Closing Comments
This chapter summarises the book and reiterates the main arguments that have been drawn from empirical research. Towards the end of the chapter, recommendations are offered on how we can improve our understanding of organised crime within the context of policy, law enforcement and academia.
KeywordsBiography Birmingham Case study Ethics Ethnography Glocal Hitman/Hitmen Homicide Industry Law enforcement Masculinity Methodology Organised crime Recommendations Scenarios of harm
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