Pandemia e Crime

revisão de literatura sobre os impactos da pandemia do Coronavírus na incidência criminal

Autores

  • Steevan Oliveira Polícia Militar de Minas Gerais

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31060/rbsp.2022.v16.n3.1457

Palavras-chave:

COVID-19, Coronavírus, Pandemia, Crime, Incidência criminal, Criminalidade, Policiamento com base em evidências

Resumo

Tendo em vista a necessidade do emprego dos recursos policiais com base em evidências científicas, o artigo procede uma revisão dos estudos empíricos acerca dos possíveis impactos da pandemia da Covid-19 na incidência criminal. Ao todo, mais de cem publicações foram encontradas, o que demonstra a intensidade da produção acadêmica sobre o assunto em um curto intervalo de tempo. Isso aconteceu pelo que alguns criminologistas denominaram como o maior experimento da história da criminologia. Com as medidas para a contenção do vírus, mudanças substanciais na rotina das pessoas propiciaram uma oportunidade ímpar para a análise do fenômeno criminal. No recorte proposto, 33 artigos foram revisados que retratam a realidade de nove países. Tais trabalhos estudam os impactos da pandemia em crimes como homicídios, furtos, roubos, vandalismo, entre outros.  Assim, a revisão de literatura procede de forma inovadora a sistematização das pesquisas desenvolvidas ao longo do ano de 2020. Ao fazê-la, oferece parâmetros para futuras pesquisas acerca da realidade brasileira bem como balizas para a tomadores decisão na segurança pública.

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Biografia do Autor

Steevan Oliveira, Polícia Militar de Minas Gerais

Mestre em Criminologia pela The University of Edinburgh (UK). Mestre e Bacharel em Direito pela Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG). Bacharel em Ciências Militares pela APM-MG/UEMG. Pós-graduado em Direito Militar. Chefe da Seção de Emprego Operacional do Comando de Policiamento da Capital/PMMG. Oficial da Polícia Militar de Minas Gerais.

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Publicado

2022-09-26

Como Citar

Oliveira, S. (2022). Pandemia e Crime: revisão de literatura sobre os impactos da pandemia do Coronavírus na incidência criminal. Revista Brasileira De Segurança Pública, 16(3). https://doi.org/10.31060/rbsp.2022.v16.n3.1457

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COVID-19 e Segurança Pública no Brasil