Fixing Broken Windows by George L. Kelling
Restoring Order & Reducing Crime in Our Communities

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Kelling and Coles maintain that attacking the root cause of crime--disorderly behavior in public places--creates an environment where more serious crime cannot flourish, but ordinary life and business can. In this powerfully argued book, they advocate a preventive strategy of community-based policing to maintain public order.
 

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Published January 20, 1998 by Free Press. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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 A thoughtful reexamination of crime prevention.

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