Preventing Residential Burglary: Toward More Effective Community Programs
This book evaluates the newest efforts and initiative aimed at preventing burglary, discusses their merits and short- comings, and suggests how improvements might be incorporated in burglary prevention programs.
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Burglary Prevention and Problems of Participation
Dixons Goodfields Program
Program Participation and World View
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