Attacking crime: Police and crime control

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Abstract

Growing experimental evidence suggests poli increase it, or make no difference, depending conditions. Growing epidemiological evidence their crime-control efforts much more sharpl offenders, and (to a lesser extent) victims. Th value of a more intensive and sustained progra development for testing current and innovativ crime. Less than 3 percent of street addresses population in a city produce over half the cr been little testing of alternative police tactics targets. Improving police strategy and tactics much more empirical evidence to specify the succeed or fail. It also requires hard choices a more ideas for how to attack specific crime targets.

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  • Lawrence W. Sherman

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