Crime is a pressing issue in South Africa today. It tarnishes the perception of the country abroad and it increases fears for personal safety among ordinary citizens at home. How is the level of crime in the country to be understood? What is being done about it, and is this enough? How is crime shaping the instruments of policing in the emerging democracy? Are there other possible solutions? These and related questions are addressed in this groundbreaking study.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-509-0, 2002, 215x138mm, 192 pages
Rights: southern Africa
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