The Public Interest

Two tales of policing

Fred Siegel

Winter 1999

COMMUNITY policing” and “broken-windows” policing both suggest new neighborhood-based approaches to crime control. For most observers, they are so similar as to be synonymous.  In fact, however, as two recent books suggest, there are, for all the similarities, crucial differences not only in approach but impact.

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