6 edition of Urban crime found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Hernando Gomez Buendia.|
|Contributions||Gómez Buendía, Hernando., United Nations University.|
|LC Classifications||HV7419 .U73 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 450 p. :|
|Number of Pages||450|
|LC Control Number||91114895|
The forty-percent drop in crime that occurred across the U.S. from to remains largely an unsolved mystery. Even more puzzling is the eighty-percent drop over nineteen years in New York City. Twice as long and twice as large, it is the largest crime decline on record. In The City That Became Safe, Franklin E. Zimring seeks out the New York difference through a . A breaking of the law in any way, shape, or form. Can be determined by the following formula: (Education + Wealth + Number of Jobs + Number of Businesses) / Sucess Is as proportional to race as George W. Bush is to intelligence.
Simon Singer’s  America’s Safest City represents a new and innovative contribution to the criminological literature. It not only provides a fresh look at understanding crime in America, it sheds the light on a heretofore understudied part of the country, but one that is increasingly populated: Suburbia. Singer offers a new theoretical perspective which he calls Author: Michael Rocque, Chad Posick. ← Click on any object on the image to customize this design template. Template info. Created: Size: xpx Category: book cover Make a creative book cover for .
The first book to describe patterns of crime in urban China The only book collecting crime cases to focus on urban crime and social disorganization in contemporary China Provides plenty of detailed material on the current status of the economy, population, employment, urbanization, urban ecology, residential income, poverty and crime rates Brand: Springer Singapore. Police have been stopping, questioning, and frisking pedestrians for decades in an effort to protect themselves and the public from harm. However, pedestrians may view the stop and frisk experience as unjustified and perceive that they are subject to unfair and overly aggressive treatment. These feelings are most pronounced for those residing in high-crime areas that are .
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