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NCJ Number: 140607 Find in a Library
Title: Crime Displacement: An Annotated Bibliography, 1971-1992
Corporate Author: Netherlands Ministerie Van Justice
Date Published: 1992
Page Count: 17
Sponsoring Agency: Netherlands Ministerie Van Justice
2500 Eh the Hague, Netherlands
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: Netherlands
Annotation: This annotated bibliography consists of 129 entries, arranged chronologically, concerning various aspects of crime displacement.
Abstract: Some of the topics addressed by these bibliographic entries include the relationship between police patrolling and crime, results of victimization surveys in different cities, models of crime displacement, the impact of environmental factors and architectural design on crime, the effects of curfews on juvenile crime, and the deterrence effectiveness of private security services. Other articles and papers discuss crime and delinquency prevention, crime impact statements and predictive analyses, criminality theories, and theories of gun control and availability. The studies summarized here discuss crime displacement-related issues in Canada, Sweden, Germany, Great Britain, the former Soviet Union, the Netherlands, and Australia, and in many cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Boston, Denver, Nashville, and Minneapolis.
Main Term(s): Crime displacement
Index Term(s): Criminal justice overview bibliography
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