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This chapter presents a number of case studies that illustrate the use of script analysis in a business environment. All cases are to some extent based on real-life examples reported upon in the press or shared by practitioners in the field. Where relevant and required, names of individuals and locations have been changed or removed to ensure strict confidentiality. The main purpose of this chapter is to demonstrate the potential of script analysis for preventive purposes. The crime types that were selected have deliberately been kept simple and straightforward as to allow the reader to gain sufficient understanding of the approach itself rather than to become distracted by the complexity of the incidents that are described. From gaining such initial understanding it will become evident that the value of script analysis becomes even more obvious when dealing with more complex crime types.
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