Dark number of crimes – latest publications

We are pleased to inform about two released publications on the topic of the upcoming conference entitled: “Dark number of crimes. Old types of crimes – new detection methods”.

“Criminal cases. Searching for missing people as an interdisciplinary problem”

The publication is a multi-threaded study in which the authors present issues related to forensic research, searching for human corpses, searching and forensic exploration capabilities and the functioning of the missing people search system.

“Criminal cases. Dark number of crimes as an interdisciplinary problem”

The book contains information on criminal cases that occurred as a result of unusual activities of perpetrators and victims, as well as circumstances of situations were unclear. Furthermore, the authors of the publication cite the causes and effects of non-disclosure of crimes and estimate the scale of this phenomenon.

Both publications were written under scientific supervision of Joanna Stojer-Polanska, PhD in Law, forensic expert, author of books on suicides and criminal cases, for many years cooperating with the Polish Platform for Homeland Security.

Joanna Stojer-Polanska, PhD, is also the author and co-author of books for children popularizing the work of police officers and forensic experts, for example: “Domestic and working horses”, “Domestic and working dogs” and “Forensic traces”.

The conference entitled: “Dark number of crimes. Old types of crimes – new detection methods” will be held on 19 November 2018 at the SWPS University Auditorium in Katowice under the patronage of the Polish Platform for Homeland Security.

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