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Are Spread Out Cities Really Safer?
Cleveland State Law Review (1993)
  • Michael E Lewyn, Florida Coastal School of Law

One of my first articles. A discussion of the gap between perceptions of crime and the reality of crime, noting that sprawling Sun Belt cites were erroneously perceived as safer than they really were, while older, denser northern cities were erroneously perceived as more dangerous.

  • crime,
  • sprawl,
  • safety
Publication Date
April, 1993
Publisher Statement
Published at 41 Cleveland State L. Rev. 279 (1993).
Citation Information
Michael E Lewyn. "Are Spread Out Cities Really Safer?" Cleveland State Law Review Vol. 41 (1993)
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