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Research outputs: CRIME PREVENTION
Gated communities have experienced phenomenal growth worldwide due in part to increasing fear of urban crime and violence. However, very lit...Download this report
This article looks at the problem of corruption to which Glenister refers through a different disciplinary lens: sociology. It does not igno...
The JCSS advocated an integrated approach to crime prevention and safety using a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approach. In line with ...Download this report
There is much cheering for the tough approach to crime that our new police commissioner, Bheki Cele, brings with him, promising to 'fight fi...