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-Bennett, Trevor Preventing Residential Burglary in Cambridge /Trevor Bennett and Linda Durie (London : Home Office,1999) From Police Research Series; Paper 108

-Clarke,RV Situational Crime Prevention: Successful Case Studies (92nd edition)

Harrow&Heston,New York (1997)

-Cole,I Kane,S & Robinson,D Changing demand, Changing Neighbourhood: The response of Social Landlords Sheffield Hallum University: CRESR (1999)

-Crime Concern Reducing Neighbourhood Crime: A manual for Action

-DETR Circular 5/94, Welsh Office Circular 16/94, Planning out Crime DETR London

-Tilley, Nick Burglary Prevention;early lessons from The Crime Reduction Programme/ Nick Tilley ,Ken Pease, Mike Hough, and Rick Brown (London :Home Office,1999) From Crime Reduction Research Series;Paper1

-Wright, Richard Burglars on the job:streetlife and residential break- ins/ Richard T Wright, Scott Decker, Boston, Mass (Northeast University Press,1994) xiv,229p

-Anderson, David Biting Back: tackling repeat burglary and car crime/ David Anderson, Sylvia Chenery and Ken Pease (London, Home Office Police Research Group 1995) from Crime Detection and Prevention Series; Paper 58

-Farr,J &Osborne,S High Hopes-an evaluation of concierge controlled entry and similar schemes DETR: H.S.M.O (1997)

-Forrester, David The Kirkholt burglary prevention project, Rochdale, David Forrester ,Mike Chatterton and Ken Pease with the assistance of Robin Brown (London, Home Office,1988) vi,34p 25cm

-Bridgeman, Cressida The PRG Burglary manual / by Cressida Bridgeman and Julia Taylor- Browne (London, Home Office Police Research Group, 1996) vii,65p;21cm

-Coupe, Timothy Solving Residential Burglary Timothy Coupe and Max Griffths (London, Home Office Police Research Group,1996) (ix) 43P; 26cm from Crime Detection and Prevention Series; Paper 77

-Farrell, Graham. Edmunds, Alan. Hobbs, Louise. Laycock, Gloria UK Policing and Repeat Victimisation (London Home Office ,2000) from Crime Reduction Research Series Paper 5

-Forrester, David ‘The Kirkholt burglary prevention project (London Home Office, 1990) vi,51p from Crime Prevention Unit Paper;23

-Great Britain. Home Office. Research and Planning Unit, Residential Burglary: the limits of prevention (London; H.M.S.O,1982) vi 47p from Home Office Research Study;74

-Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (2000) Calling time on Crime London Home Office

-Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (1998) Beating Crime London, Home Office

-Laycock, Gloria. Tilley, Nick , Policing and Neighbourhood Watch from PRS No60 (London,1995)

-Cromwell, Paul F.Breaking and entering; an ethnographic analysis of burglary Paul F Cromwell, James N.Olson and D’Aunn Wester Avary Newbury Park (London: Sage,1991) 130p; 22cm from Studies in Crime, law and justice; v.8

-Poyner,B &Webb,B Crime Free Housing (Oxford 19910 Butterworth-Heinemann

-Read,t &Tilney,N Not Rocket science/ problem solving and crime reduction from Crime Reduction Series Paper 6 ( London,Home Office, 2000)

-Sherman,L et all (1998) Preventing crime: What works What doesn’t What’s promising Report to U.S congress prepared by the National Institute of Justice. Summary, full report and updates on the internet

-Tilley, Nick Burglary reductions: findings from safer cities schemes / Nick Tilley and Janice Webb (London,Home Office Police Department,1994) vii,60p;24cm from Crime Prevention Unit Series; paper 51

-Stockdale, Janet. E Combatting burglary: an evaluation of three strategies Janet E.Stockdale and Peter J. Cresham (London Home Office Police Department,1995) x,71p;26cm from Crime Detection and Prevention Series; paper 59

-Laycock, Gloria Property marking: a deterrent to domestic burglary (London: Home Office,1985) vi 25p from Crime prevention Unit Paper; 3

-Maquire, Mike Burglary in a dwelling : the offence,the offender and the victim /Mike Maquire in collaboration with Tevor Bennett (London,1982) ix204p;23cm from Cambridge studies in criminology;49

-Renegert, George Space,time and crime : ethnographic insights into residential burglary / George Rengert and John Washilchick (Philidelphia, Pa: Department of Criminal Justice(1988) 141 leaves 29cm

-Burglars on burglary: prevention and the offender (Aldershot,1984) xi, 197pp

-Walsh, D Break-ins burglary from private homes (London,1980)

-Shover,N. Structures and Careers in Burglary from the Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science, Vol.63 pp540-549 (London,1972)

-Shover, N., (ed ). Burglary in Tonry from Crime and Justice: A review of research Vol.14 (Chicago,1991)

-Maguire,M. Burglary as Opportunity Research Bulletin No.10, Home Office Research Unit. (London: Home Office,1980)

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