OPPORTUNITIES , PRECIPITATORS AND CRIMINAL DECISIONS : A REPLY TO WORTLEY ' S CRITIQUE OF SITUATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION by Derek B . Cornish

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  title={OPPORTUNITIES , PRECIPITATORS AND CRIMINAL DECISIONS : A REPLY TO WORTLEY ' S CRITIQUE OF SITUATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION by Derek B . Cornish},
  author={Derek B. Cornish and Ronald V. Clarke},
  year={2003}
}
Clarke's classification of situational crime prevention tech- niques is designed to provide a conceptual analysis of situational strategies, and to offer practical guidance on their use in reducing criminal opportunities. It has developed in parallel with a long program of empirical research, conducted by many researchers, on the situ- ational determinants and the prevention of a wide variety of crimes. For this reason the classification has been subject to constant revision and updating, of… CONTINUE READING

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