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Crime and Justice, Volume 19: Strategic Approaches to Crime Prevention
edited by Michael Tonry and David Farrington
University of Chicago Press Journals, 1995
Cloth: 978-0-226-80824-6 | Paper: 978-0-226-80825-3
Library of Congress Classification HV6001.C672 vol. 19
Dewey Decimal Classification 364

ABOUT THIS BOOK | TOC
ABOUT THIS BOOK
We elect officials in hopes that they will make our communities safer, yet their widely-endorsed law enforcement strategies have little effect on crime rates. Active crime prevention must take into account the diversity of crimes and criminals. High-quality evaluation research designs are needed to convince scholars, policy makers, and practitioners about the effectiveness of crime prevention techniques. Building a Safer Society, the most comprehensive exposition of research and experience concerning crime prevention ever published, offers a new conceptualization of the subject incorporating developmental, community, situational and law enforcement approaches. This timely collection will especially interest scholars in law, criminal justice, public policy and public administration.

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