|Title: ||The Future of Crime Reduction|
|Other Titles: ||Crime reduction and the law|
|Citation: ||In: Moss, K. and Stephens, M. (Eds.), Crime reduction and the law, 174-197|
|Publisher: ||London: Routledge|
|Issue Date: ||2005 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.routledge.com/books/Crime-Reduction-and-the-Law-isbn9780415351447|
|Abstract: ||This innovative and pioneering new book establishes links between crime reduction and the law, uniquely offering a detailed examination of how specific legislation and performance targets aid or undermine attempts at crime reduction. Providing a sustained analysis, this ground-breaking book considers the social policy, politics and legislation that surround and drive the crime reduction agenda. It analyzes: the creation of 'safe environments' through Town and Country Planning legislation the role of local authorities in crime reduction initiatives the nature of drug policy, paedophilia legislation and programs to control mental disorder crime. Bringing together the work of internationally renowned experts in this field, this book will prove very useful to students of criminology and sociology, as well as crime prevention and reduction practitioners, police officers and community safety partnership professionals. (Routledge)|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
|Keywords: ||Crime reduction|
|Appears in Collections: ||Legal Studies Research Group |
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