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Two principal models exist for reforming contemporary police departments: community policing and broken windows (or order maintenance) policing. Although the two types of reforms share some commonalities, they differ markedly in the level of citizen oversight they envision. It is thereby...
The `fear of crime' has, in the past three decades or so, developed as an important area of criminological research and inquiry. Debates have proliferated within and outside of the discipline of criminology about what crime fear might be, the rationality or irrationality of crime fear, which...
This article presents a critique of Michel Foucault's work during the middle and later periods of his scholarship and the notions of preventative control that arise therefrom. A number of important deficiencies in Foucault's theories are demonstrated, which limit the efficacy of a Foucauldian...
In this article I argue that, in order to understand the deep historical and present differences in the quality and quantity of punishment (as measured by imprisonment) between Italy and the United States, it is necessary to situate the specific punitive histories of these two societies within...
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