Title registration for a systematic review: Third party policing for reducing crime and disorder: A systematic review

Mazerolle, Lorraine, Higginson, Angela, & Eggins, Elizabeth (2013) Title registration for a systematic review: Third party policing for reducing crime and disorder: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews.

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Third Party Policing for Reducing Crime and Disorder: A Systematic Review


A substantial body of criminological literature demonstrates that crime and disorder clusters at specific places (e.g., Braga, Papachristos, & Hureau, 2010; Sherman, Gartin, & Buerger, 1989), amongst particular types of people (e.g., Bergman & Andershed, 2009; Jennings & Reingle, 2012; Moffit, 1993, 2003; Nagin, Farrington, & Moffit, 1995), and at particular times of the day, week, month and year (see Bowers and colleagues, 1998, 2004; Farrell & Pease, 1994; Johnson et al., 2007; Ratcliffe and colleagues, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2008; Townsley, 2008; Uittenbogaard & Ceccato, 2012; Wells, Wu, & Ye, 2012). Research shows that policing interventions that target criminogenic places, people and times are effective for controlling crime and disorder problems. For example, we know that directed police patrols controls crime and disorder at hotspots (see Braga et al., 2012 for a review); mandatory arrest reduces recidivism for some domestic violence offenders (Ariel & Sherman, 2012; Maxwell, Garner, & Fagan, 2002); and crackdowns followed by target hardening interupts the temporal clustering of repeat burglary victimisation (e.g., Forrester Chatterton, & Pease, 1988; Farrell et al., 1998)...

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ID Code: 97591
Item Type: Journal Article
Refereed: Yes
Keywords: crime and disorder, Crime and Justice, third party policing
ISSN: 1891-1803
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY (160000) > CRIMINOLOGY (160200)
Divisions: Current > Research Centres > Crime & Justice Research Centre
Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Law
Current > Schools > School of Justice
Deposited On: 25 Jul 2016 00:02
Last Modified: 25 Jul 2016 23:45

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