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by Karen Evans,Sandra Walklate

eBook Zero Tolerance or Community Tolerance?: Managing Crime in High Crime Areas epub
  • ISBN: 0754610179
  • Author: Karen Evans,Sandra Walklate
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (September 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 175 pages
  • ePUB size: 1965 kb
  • FB2 size 1597 kb
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Zero Tolerance or Community Tolerance : Managing Crime in High Crime Areas. by Karen Evans and Sandra Walklate.

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By Sandra Walklate, Karen Evans. 4. Crime, Community and Partnership: Zero Tolerance or Community Tolerance? 5. The authors go on to highlight the similarities between these wards and other wards with which they have a clear resonance across Britain.

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Zero Tolerance or Community Tolerance? Police and Community Talk about Crime in High-Crime Areas1. January 1999 · Crime Prevention and Community Safety. This paper emanates from a recently completed two-and-a-half-year study of two high-crime communities in Greater Manchester.

First published in 1999, this volume presents arguments which compare two inner-city wards of Salford and look to introd.

Derived from a longitudinal study of two high crime areas, this book challenges both academic and policy assumptions concerning what it is like to live in, go to school in and work in such areas. The study casts light on how such communities really work and what the policy and political challenges of such a community are. Its findings raise all kinds of questions about community safety, notions of partnership, and what the processes underpinning the "fear of crime" might look like. As such it should prove useful to those working in the field of criminology, social policy and social work.
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