Fixing Broken Windows: Restoring Order and Reducing Crime in Our Communities

Martin Kessler Books, 1996 - 319 páginas
Kelling and Coles maintain that attacking the root cause of crime--disorderly behavior in public places--creates an environment where more serious crime cannot flourish, but ordinary life and business can. In this powerfully argued book, they advocate a preventive strategy of community-based policing to maintain public order.

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FIXING BROKEN WINDOWS: Restoring Order and Reducing Crime in Our Communities

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A thoughtful reexamination of crime prevention. There are any number of ideas out there on how to fight crime, but few have proven so successful as the strategy articulated by crime consultant Kelling ... Ler resenha completa

Fixing broken windows: restoring order and reducing crime in our communities

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Th term broken windows, a metaphor for increasing public community disorder, was coined by Wilson and Kelling in a March 1982 Atlantic article. Their antidote to "broken windows"-community policing ... Ler resenha completa


Disorder Broken Windows and Serious Crime
The Growth of Disorder
The Failure of Past Policing Strategies
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