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Test Bank for Crime Control in America: What Works?, 3/E, John L. Worrall, ISBN-10: 0133495485, ISBN-13: 9780133495485



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Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION

1. Identifying and Evaluating Crime Control

2. Crime Control Perspectives

II. LAW ENFORCEMENT APPROACHES

3. Traditional Policing

4. Proactive Policing, Directed Patrol and other Advancements

5. Community Involvement in Policing

6. Prosecutors and Crime Control

III. COURTS, CORRECTIONS, AND LEGISLATIVE APPROACHES

7. Crime Control Though Legislation

8. Crime Control in the Courts and Beyond

9. Sentencing

10. Probation, Parole, and Intermediate Sanctions

11. Rehabilitation, Treatment, and Job Training

IV. APPROACHES BEYOND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

12. Individual, Family, and Household Crime Control

13. Crime Control in the Community and in Schools

14. Reducing Criminal Opportunities through Environmental Manipulation

V. CONCLUSION

15. Putting it all Together, Explaining Crime Trends