Peep show establishments, police activity, public place, and time: a study of secondary effects in San Diego, California.

@article{Linz2006PeepSE,
  title={Peep show establishments, police activity, public place, and time: a study of secondary effects in San Diego, California.},
  author={Daniel G. Linz and Bryant Paul and Mike Z. Yao},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  year={2006},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={182-93; discussion 194-201}
}
An empirical study was undertaken in San Diego, California, to test assumptions made by the government and by conservative religious policy advocates that there is a greater incidence of crime in the vicinity of peep show establishments. We asked two questions: (a) Is criminal activity in San Diego particularly acute at peep show establishments compared to surrounding control locations? and (b) Is criminal activity in San Diego disproportionately greater at or near peep show establishments… CONTINUE READING

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