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WALKER CHAPTER 14 CRJU 2200 NOVEMBER 18 TH , 2010 Crime & Community: Putting It  All Together
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The New Operating Principles 1. No single crime policy holds the key to crime  reduction 2. Community or geographic focus 3. Problem-solving orientation 4. Need for partnerships among different agencies &  groups 5. Utilization of non-criminal law remedies 6. Embrace of evidence based policy 
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Theoretical Background Concept of collective efficacy (Sampson) Trust among residents in a neighborhood and their shared  expectations about their social control, meaning their capacity  to exercise some control over their neighborhood This new approach to crime-control & prevention  emphasizes the role of citizens as “co-producers” of  crime control efforts Collective efficacy mediates the impact of  environmental factors (i.e. poverty) Walker (2011) pg. 342
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course CRJU 2200 taught by Professor Mcglocklin-policastro during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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