African-American Perspectives on Crime Causation, Criminal Justice Administration, and Crime Prevention
Anne Thomas Sulton
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1994 - Social Science - 222 pages
African-American Perspectives is a collection of articles offering fresh and exciting ways of thinking about urban crime and its control. These articles, written by leading African American criminologists and practitioners, provide critical insights into several of the most pressing crime problems plaguing America's inner cities. The authors provide incisive and timely examinations of a wide range of contemporary urban crime issues, including youth violence, gangs, victimization of foreign visitors, police brutality and HIV/AIDS among prisoners. The authors also propose numerous innovative recommendations for crime control and prevention.
Written by leading African-American criminologists and practitioners.
Offers dozens of innovative recommendations for reducing crime.
Suggests fresh and exciting new ways of thinking about a wide range of contemporary crime problems.
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