How to Reduce Crime: 25 Promising Policies & Practices presents the primary, secondary, and tertiary approaches to crime prevention in an accessible and affordable format. It particularly focuses on primary approaches to crime prevention and includes coverage on basic criminological theories, such as social disorganization and learning theories. This student-friendly resource is ideal as a primary text for upper-level undergraduate crime prevention courses in criminal justice, sociology, and justice studies. It is also serves well as a supplement for criminological theory courses in criminal justice and sociology departments.
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