Solving crime problems in residential neighborhoods: comprehensive changes in design, management, and use
U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 1997 - House & Home - 116 pages
Intended to inform law enforcement officials, urban planners & architects, multifamily housing managers, & public housing administrators about place-specific crime prevention -- the diverse array of coordinated environmental design, property mgmt., & security strategies that can be employed to reduce crime & fear of crime in urban & suburban neighborhoods. Practical lessons are presented from varied sites that blend physical design & mgmt. changes consistent with community & problem-oriented policing models. Includes a rev. of research lit.; guidelines & checklists; sources of info., training & technical advice.
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