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" They become less willing to intervene to maintain public order (for example, to attempt to break up groups of rowdy teens loitering on street corners) or to address physical signs of deterioration. Sensing this, teens and other possible offenders become... "
Defensible Space: Deterring Crime and Building Community - Page 15
by Henry Cisneros - 1995 - 30 pages
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The Leader with Seven Faces: Finding Your Own Ways to Practice Leadership in ...

Leandro Herrero - Business & Economics - 2006 - 314 pages
...fearful and withdraw further from community involvement and upkeep. Some people leave if they can. This atmosphere then attracts offenders from outside the area, who sense that it has become a vulnerable and less risky site for crime." Following the publication, two things happened. First of...
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