Research Review: Place-Based Crime Prevention

Place-Based Crime Prevention


Bureau of Justice Assistance (2013)

As part of the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program, BJA has prepared a series of research reviews on topics important to law enforcement. These reviews summarize findings from notable publications evaluating data-driven, evidence-based practices in law enforcement agencies. This review includes articles about place-based policing, including research about hot spots, foot patrol, and and evaluations of problem-oriented policing strategies.

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