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A Geographic Approach to Racial Profiling
Despite numerous studies explaining racial disparity in traffic stops, the effects of spatial characteristics in patrolling areas have not been widely examined. In this article, the authors analyzed
Effects of community policing upon fear of crime: Understanding the causal linkage
Purpose – To identify intervening factors between perceptions of community policing and reduction of crime fear among citizen, which can provide a better understanding of the causal linkage between
Assessing the “Gateway Hypothesis” among Middle and High School Students in Tennessee
The current study examines the applicability of the “gateway hypothesis” to drug use patterns of secondary school students from a nonmetropolitan area in Tennessee. The data were collected from
Looking Inside Zone V: Testing Social Disorganization Theory in Suburban Areas*
Abstract. Rapid suburbanization since the 1970s diversified the socioeconomic picture in suburbs, leading to an increase in crime and other social problems. In this study, social disorganization
Community policing and fear of crime in Seoul: a test of competing models
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the complex constellation of underlying factors between community policing and fear of crime by embracing various exogenous variables identified