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Victim support and crime prevention in an inner-city setting

By Alice Sampson and Graham Farrell


This is restricted access. It is also available at: paper outlines the initial stages of a joint Home Office Crime Prevention Unit (CPU)/National Association of Victim Support (NAVSS) project on an inner city local authority housing estate. It describes a community crime prevention initiative that aims to give victims of all types of crime and harassment emotional and practical support and to reduce crime through work with victims

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