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Table 3 Models for Assessing Vulnerability (Vuln) - Law Enforcement Perspective. Presentation of articles containing models for assessing vulnerability from a Law Enforcement perspective

From: Defining and assessing vulnerability within law enforcement and public health organisations: a scoping review

# Author/Name/Date Research Country Research Context Model(s) for Vuln Assessment Vuln Associated with
1 Gaitan & Shen (2018) Mexico LE (Criminal Justice) Vulnerability assessed based on general indicators like the individual’s perceptions as suitable crime targets, inadequate social support, and incivilities. Poverty. Vulnerability associated with reduced sense of well-being manifested as poverty. Feelings of vulnerability reduced/dissipated by the perception of increased social cohesion and accessible social resources. Recursive and interconnected relationship between behaviour on one hand and vulnerability and risk perceptions on the other hand.