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Vandalism, Terrorism and Security in Urban Public Passenger Transport

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The reader will find in this publication the recommendations which the Round Table made on ways to combat vandalism, namely:  the creation of local partnerships between all actors involved in crime prevention, policing and law enforcement;  exchanges of experience;  the issuing of guidelines on crime prevention and infrastructure design;  and publication of case studies of successes and failures.

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Report by J.STAFFORD United Kingdom

European Conference of Ministers of Transport

There is evidence that public perceptions of insecurity and fear of crime are strongly influenced by the impression of public spaces which are unmanaged and appear “out of control” because of vandalism, litter and other negative features. The 1994 British Crime Survey data was used to conduct an analysis of factors contributing to anxiety about crime (Hough, 1996). It identified a direct link between perceptions of disorder and concern about crime, and this effect was independent of other factors, such as the actual level of crime...

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