Crime Placement, Displacement, and Deflection

@article{Barr1990CrimePD,
  title={Crime Placement, Displacement, and Deflection},
  author={Robert Barr and K. Pease},
  journal={Crime and Justice},
  year={1990},
  volume={12},
  pages={277 - 318}
}
Patterns of crime should be seen as the outcome of crime-control policies and the distribution of opportunities. Such crime-control policies are often argued to have the limited effect of displacing crime, that is, substituting new crimes for prevented crimes. Displacement alone is an inadequate concept; a better formulation centers on the deflection of crime from a target. Some patterns of deflected crime can be regarded as "benign" displacement, while others are considered "malign." Thus… Expand
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