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Crime prevention : theory and practice

@inproceedings{Geason1988CrimeP,
  title={Crime prevention : theory and practice},
  author={Susan Geason and Paul R. Wilson},
  year={1988}
}
This is a small handbook written in everyday language which hopes to provide information that will help prevent crime. It is divided into three sections which deal with theories of crime prevention, planning a crime prevention program, and examples of strategies for crime prevention from Australia and overseas. 

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