Broken Windows Theory

Broken Windows Theory

The Core

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2019-03-13 )

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The Broken Windows Theory is a policing framework which first gained prominence in 1982 following the publication of “Broken Windows” by George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson as a result of a countrywide crime wave. The theory focuses on a blending of community policing and crime prevention via the enforcement of specific quality of life regulations in order to maintain an orderly neighborhood atmosphere in conjunction with the residents’ requests. “The Broken Windows Theory: The Core” book presents a comprehensive analysis of the Broken Windows theory, effectiveness of this theory, its relation to the modern policing, and how this theory tends to be reasonably modular in the application.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-613-9-45998-8

ISBN-10:

6139459982

EAN:

9786139459988

Book language:

English

Edited by:

Rajub Bhowmik
Tracie Keesee

Number of pages:

176

Published on:

2019-03-13

Category:

Sociology