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Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design.

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Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design. / Cooper, Rachel; Wootton, Andrew B.; Davey, Caroline L.; Press, Mike.

Designing out crime from products and systems. ed. / Ronald V. Clarke; Graeme R. Newman. 18. ed. UK : Criminal Justice Press, 2005. p. 179-201 (Crime Prevention Studies).

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Harvard

Cooper, R, Wootton, AB, Davey, CL & Press, M 2005, Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design. in RV Clarke & GR Newman (eds), Designing out crime from products and systems. 18 edn, Crime Prevention Studies, Criminal Justice Press, UK, pp. 179-201.

APA

Cooper, R., Wootton, A. B., Davey, C. L., & Press, M. (2005). Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design. In R. V. Clarke, & G. R. Newman (Eds.), Designing out crime from products and systems (18 ed., pp. 179-201). (Crime Prevention Studies). Criminal Justice Press.

Vancouver

Cooper R, Wootton AB, Davey CL, Press M. Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design. In Clarke RV, Newman GR, editors, Designing out crime from products and systems. 18 ed. UK: Criminal Justice Press. 2005. p. 179-201. (Crime Prevention Studies).

Author

Cooper, Rachel ; Wootton, Andrew B. ; Davey, Caroline L. ; Press, Mike. / Breaking the cycle : fundamentals of crime-proofing design. Designing out crime from products and systems. editor / Ronald V. Clarke ; Graeme R. Newman. 18. ed. UK : Criminal Justice Press, 2005. pp. 179-201 (Crime Prevention Studies).

Bibtex

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