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This book brings together a collection of leading international experts to explore the lessons learnt through implementation and the future directions of crime. This book offers a collection of chapters from leading authors engaged in crime prevention research and provides an array of perspectives.
Your Account Logout. Crime Prevention Policies in Comparative Perspective. Edited By Adam Crawford. Edition 1st Edition.
First Published Imprint Willan. Pages pages. Subjects Social Sciences.
Export Citation. Situating crime prevention policies in comparative perspective: policy travels, transfer and translation, Adam Crawford 2.
Mary Larkin. In different ways and to a greater or lesser extent in different countries, we have seen more targeting of resources on the basis of some notion of identified need or risk and increased conditionality. Brussels: VUB Press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Between and , he was a member of the local crime prevention council in Rostock. However, the schema provided by Cavadino and Dignan offers less by way of explanation as to precisely how the variables they identify coalesce to produce particular family resemblances at the level of punishment.
The political evolution of situational crime prevention in England and Wales, Tim Hope 3. The preventative turn and the promotion of safer communities in England and Wales: Political inventiveness and governmental instabilities Adam Edwards and Gordon Hughes 4. View via Publisher. Save to Library.
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