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Pushing back the boundaries:\ud new techniques for assessing the impact of burglary schemes

By Kate J. Bowers, Shane D. Johnson and Alex Hirschfield


This report describes the main findings of a detailed evaluation of a burglary reduction\ud project located in Liverpool in the North of England. The scheme consisted of four\ud interventions: alley-gating, target hardening of property, property marking and an offender\ud rehabilitation intervention. New analytical techniques, discussed in detail in this report,\ud were developed in order to answer the key evaluation questions. The results may be\ud summarised as follows

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Publisher: The Home Office
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:9654
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