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1.  Private Security and Urban Crime Mitigation: A Bid for BIDs
NCJ Number   211316
Author: Franck Vindevogel
Journal Criminal Justice  Volume5  Issue3  DatedAugust 2005  Pages233-255
Publication Date: August 2005
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2.  Human Rights v. Community Rights: The Case of the Anti-Social Behavior Order (From Hard Cop, Soft Cop: Dilemmas and Debates in Contemporary Policing, P 226-241, 2004, Roger Hopkins Burke, ed. -- See NCJ-206005)
NCJ Number   206020
Author: Roger H. Burke; Ruth Morrill
Publication Date: 2004
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3.  Policing Incivilities in Germany (From Hard Cop, Soft Cop: Dilemmas and Debates in Contemporary Policing, P 40-53, 2004, Roger Hopkins Burke, ed. -- See NCJ-206005)
NCJ Number   206008
Author: Alick Whyte
Publication Date: 2004
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4.  Does "Broken Windows" Law Enforcement Reduce Serious Crime?
NCJ Number   202166
Author: John L. Worrall
Publication Date: August 2002
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5.  Much Ado About Nothing: "Broken Windows" Versus "What Works"
NCJ Number   198978
Author: Mario Paparozzi
Journal Corrections Today  Volume65  Issue1  DatedFebruary 2003  Pages30-33
Publication Date: February 2003
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6.  Murder Mystery
NCJ Number   196878
Author: John Buntin
Journal Governing  Volume15  Issue9  DatedJune 2002  Pages20-25
Publication Date: June 2002
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7.  Quality-of-Life Policing: Do Offenders Get the Message?
NCJ Number   196673
Author: Bruce D. Johnson; Andrew Golub; Angela Taylor; John Eterno
Publication Date: June 2002
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8.  Drug Court Model as a Response to "Broken Windows" Criminal Justice for the Homeless Mentally Ill
NCJ Number   195586
Author: Jennifer Hodulik
Journal Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology  Volume91  Issue4  DatedSummer 2001  Pages1073-1100
Publication Date: 2001
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9.  Assessment of the Impact of Quality-of-Life Policing on Crime and Disorder
NCJ Number   192456
Author: Charles M. Katz; Vincent J. Webb; David R. Schaefer
Journal Justice Quarterly  Volume18  Issue4  DatedDecember 2001  Pages825-876
Publication Date: December 2001
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10.  Community Policing and Democratic Policing: Will the Two Ever Meet? (A Belgian Perspective) (From Policing, Security and Democracy: Special Aspects of Democratic Policing, P 63-78, 2001, Stanley Einstein and Menachem Amir, eds. -- See NCJ-192149)
NCJ Number   192152
Author: Tom Van den Broeck
Publication Date: 2001
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11.  Illusion of Order: The False Promise of Broken Windows Policing
NCJ Number   190903
Author: Bernard E. Harcourt
Publication Date: 2001
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12.  Criminal Theory on the Street: Analyzing Why Offenses Take Place
NCJ Number   189121
Author: Ross E. Swope
Journal Law and Order  Volume49  Issue5  DatedJune 2001  Pages121-132
Publication Date: June 2001
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13.  Zero Tolerance: Quality of Life and the New Police Brutality in New York City
NCJ Number   188321
Publication Date: 2001
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14.  Broken Windows Behind Bars: Eradicating Prison Gangs Through Ecological Hardening and Symbol Cleansing
NCJ Number   187686
Author: Gregory Scott
Journal Corrections Management Quarterly  Volume5  Issue1  DatedWinter 2001  Pages23-36
Publication Date: 2001
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15.  Poking Holes in the Theory of 'Broken Windows': Many Scholars Say an Influential Idea About Crime Rests on Dubious Assumptions and Minimal Research
NCJ Number   187333
Author: D. W. Miller
Journal Chronicle of Higher Education  DatedFebruary 9, 2001
Publication Date: February 9, 2001
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16.  Locally Initiated Research Partnership: The Framingham, Massachusetts Police Department and Social Science Research and Evaluation, Inc.
NCJ Number   187103
Author: Robert Apsler Ph.D.; Steven Carl; Michele R. Cummins
Publication Date: 2000
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17.  Breaking Away From Broken Windows: Baltimore Neighborhoods and the Nationwide Fight Against Crime, Grime, Fear, and Decline
NCJ Number   186793
Author: Ralph B. Taylor
Publication Date: 2001
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18.  How to Make Broken Windows Theory Really Work in Community Corrections
NCJ Number   186540
Author: Todd R. Clear
Journal Community Corrections Report  Volume8  Issue1  DatedNovember/December 2000  Pages3-15
Publication Date: 2000
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19.  Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods--Does It Lead to Crime?- Research in Brief
NCJ Number   186049
Author: Robert J. Sampson; Stephen W. Raudenbush
Publication Date: January 2001
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20.  Collapse of the Harm Principle
NCJ Number   182329
Author: Bernard E. Harcourt
Journal Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology  Volume90  Issue1  DatedFall 1999  Pages109-195
Publication Date: 1999
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21.  Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods
NCJ Number   181623
Author: Robert J. Sampson; Stephen W. Raudenbush
Journal American Journal of Sociology  Volume105  Issue3  DatedNovember 1999  Pages603-651
Publication Date: November 1999
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22.  Shattering "Broken Windows": An Analysis of San Francisco's Alternative Crime Policies
NCJ Number   180616
Author: Khaled Taqi-Eddin; Dan Macallair
Publication Date: 1999
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23.  Crime Control, the Police and Culture Wars: Broken Windows and Cultural Pluralism
NCJ Number   169608
Author: G L Kelling
Publication Date: 1997
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24.  LOOTER
NCJ Number   46865
Author: DELLINGER
Journal HUMAN BEHAVIOR  Dated(DECEMBER 1977)  Pages42-45
Publication Date: 1977
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25.  Juvenile Delinquency and Community Prosecution: New Strategies for Old Problems
NCJ Number   216420
Author: Caren Harp; Michael Kuykendall; Marsha Cunningham; Teresa Ware
Publication Date: January 2004
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