Combating burglary

an evaluation of three strategies
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Home Office Police Research Group , London
StatementJanet E. Stockdale & Peter J. Gresham.
SeriesCrime detection and prevention series paper -- 59
ContributionsGresham, Peter J., Great Britain. Police Research Group.
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Open LibraryOL19464023M

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