Preventing Crime on Transport: Rail, Buses, Taxis, Planes
Australian Institute of Criminology, 1991 - Crime prevention - 75 pages
Monograph outlining preventative crime strategies for trains, trams and underground systems, buses and bus shelters, taxis, and aircraft and airports. One of the TCrime Prevention' series, it includes a list of books for further reading.
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