This article discusses the regulatory techniques of place based crime prevention in the context of implementing zoning and planning laws in the United States. The article examines the specific planning and regulatory techniques that can be utilized in the urban planning process to incorporate public standards and guidelines related to crime prevention into the design and site plans of new development projects. The article provides a survey of regulatory techniques and a brief overview of a number of studies of place based crime prevention programs.
- Land Use Planning and Real Estate
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