This section look at different solutions that has been applied to successfully address the crime problem. It also suggests ways for government and the public to be more effective in crime prevention. This sections contains information on the following:
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Getting behind the statistics to offer a sober and sobering account of the scale of the crime problem and its evolution, the book describes how government has sometimes sought to deal with the crisis and sometimes sought to deny its existence. The book ends with some suggestions of what needs to be done to deal with this scourge. Buy