Social Crime Prevention in South Africa's Major Cities

Social Crime Prevention in South Africa's Major Cities

This report examines social crime prevention activities in South Africa's four major cities during 2000, and locates these activities within an analysis of the progress that has been made in terms of the social crime prevention approach suggested for cities in the 1998 White Paper on Safety and Security.


Ingrid Palmary
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Ingrid Palmary is a former CSVR senior researcher. Her primary research topics relate to gender, violence and displacement.

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