Secure Foundations: Key Issues in Crime Prevention, Crime Reduction and Community Safety

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Scott Ballintyne, Kenneth Pease, Vic McLaren
Institute for Public Policy Research, 2000 - Community policing - 312 pages

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Contents

Creating community justice
67
WHAT WORKS? WHAT DOESNT? HOW DO WE KNOW?
89
rhetoric or reality?
102
The evaluation jungle
115
displacement and sustainability
131
Making it all happen
145
Its good to talk but its not good enough
164
a practice view
189
Targeting resources for crime prevention
203
the need for evidence
224
a new focus for crime prevention
251
Crime reduction and the benefit of foresight
265
Democratic politics and crime prevention
296
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Page 295 - erosion of one of the foundational myths of modern society: that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order and crime control.

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