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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CRIME PREVENTION
2001 The drug-crime nexus in South Africa: the HSRC SA-ADAM national survey: implications for preventive policy and action. Part 2
This article outlines guidelines for preventive crime policy and action. The results point towards the need for comprehensive and integrate...
2001 The drug-crime nexus in South Africa: the HSRC SA-ADAM national survey: the social construction of victimization and victim support. Part 4
Evaluate and strengthen a participatory crime prevention initiative between local law enforcement agencies the public transport sector and i...
To come to terms with crime and violence in South Africa, we must get behind the masks of both the criminal and society itself - the hidden ...