I will proceed once you provide your research proposal.
Barrett, Stoyan, and Rob White. "Disrupting environmental crime at the local level: An
operational perspective." Palgrave Communications 3.1 (2017): 2.
In this article, Barrett and White performed a case study analysis of the method for combating
the illegal dumping of waste materials in North East England. The author noted that the
disruption of the processes that are used for the commission of environmental crimes remains the
most effective approach for achieving the inter-agency cooperation for enforcement. They
concluded that the efforts of individual law enforcement agencies have limited impacts on the
crimes in the ways the multi-agency have on the desire of authorities to end the crime.
An assessment of the content of this article revealed various strategies that can be used by
law enforcement agency for implementing multi-agency strategies that result in the expected
outcomes in environmental crime prevention. As a publication by two of the leading climate
change justice experts in the world, the insights and knowledge shared in this article would be
useful for expanding the claims made in the proposed research paper. Finally, the material would
also provide evidence to support the arguments for supporting the arguments regarding the value
of public awareness in the prevention of illegal waste dumping in Miami.
Englehardt, James D., et al. "Solid waste management health and safety risks:
Epidemiology and assessment to support risk reduction." Gainesville, FL: Florida
Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management, Report# 00-01(2000): 1-343.
Englehardt, James wrote that the “results of the overall study indicated high rates of mortality,
injury, and disease among municipal solid waste collectors with the actual numbers of injuries
were found to be an order of magnitude higher than the number of workers’ compensation
claims.” They further noted that the training and education of the crews would reduce the
incidence of skin conditions and other related diseases to MSW in the field. Also, public
education is considered an additional safety measure for avoiding the negative consequences of