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This carefully selected set of original essays makes a substantial contribution to the dynamic field of environmental criminology. The major concern in this field--how criminal events can be controlled and prevented through environmental design--is explored through thought-provoking discussions, useful illustrations, current theoretical models, and extensive empirical tests. Environmental Criminology surpasses basic analysis of where and when crimes occur and investigates a number of implicit issues: movement paths that bring offenders and victims together at particular locations; the physical and social characteristics of crime sites; the spatial patterns discernible in laws, targets, and offenders; people's perceptions of crime locations; and overt policy choices that create or maintain these locations.

Environmental Criminology by Paul J. Brantingham

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Author
Paul J. Brantingham
Publisher
Waveland Press
Date of release
Pages
282
ISBN
9780881335392
Binding
Paperback
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