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Title: Repeat victimization and hot spots: the overlap and its implications for crime control and problem-orientated policing.
Authors: Farrell, Graham
Sousa, William
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: © Criminal Justice Press
Citation: FARRELL, G. and SOUSA, W., 2001. Repeat victimization and hot spots: the overlap and its implications for crime control and problem-orientated policing. Crime Prevention Studies, 12, pp. 221-240.
Abstract: Repeat victimization and crime hot spots have both been growth areas in the study and practice of policing and crime control in recent years. Since their convergence seems both inevitable and desirable, this chapter studies the relationship with two key aims.
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/821
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