Community participation in community-based crime prevention experiences in Latin America and Africa
In recent years the importance of Community-Based Crime Prevention Projects (CBCP) has been pointed out in literature. However there are few studies which systematically analyze their main features, outputs and outcomes. This study, on the one hand , aims to provide a better understanding about this type of interventions for crime prevention, analyzing the specific contexts in which they emerged in Latin America and Africa. On the other hand it aims to analyze the type of community participation within the framework of the CBCP experiences and more importantly, we seek to explore if the type of community participation has an effect on the outcomes of these experiences in Latin America and Africa.
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