Crime Prevention: Facts, Fallacies and the Future

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Much of the debate about how to prevent crime feeds off misinformation, moral panics and retributional rage. This lively and thought-provoking book aims to get to the core of the debates surrounding the prevention of crime. Taking an interdisciplinary approach to this complex topic, it illustrates the key role to be played in the prevention of crime by a number of professions such as housing managers, planners, teachers, youth workers, social workers, health visitors and, equally important, by lay citizens. Accessibly ...

Crime Prevention: Facts, Fallacies and the Future 2004, Palgrave MacMillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780333921289

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Crime Prevention: Facts, Fallacies and the Future 2004, Palgrave, London

ISBN-13: 9780333921272

2004 edition

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