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4. How safe is the area?

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What success would mean

“Our city will be a place where everyone feels at ease and is able to enjoy life. All who live, work and play in the city will be able to pursue their objectives in peace, free from the threat of crime, violence or intrusion.”
London Sustainable Development Commission1

A safe area is good for...

Examples of Relevant National Indicators:


Case Study:
Responsible Retailer Agreements

What is it?

How does it work?

What are the main impacts?

For more information contact:
Paul Dunn
E: paul.dunn2@met.police.uk
http://www.csas.org.uk/ASB_Online_and_ASB_VS_Network

Footnotes
1. London Sustainable Development Commission
2. Green, G. et al, 2002. Fear of Crime and Health in Residential Tower Blocks: A Case Study in Liverpool, UK.  The European Journal of Public Health 12 (1), pp 10-15.
3. McKee, K. and Milner, C., 2000. Health, Fear of Crime and Psychosocial Functioning in Older People.  Journal of Health Psychology 5 (4) pp 473-486.
4. London Health Commission, 2006. Sustainable Local Economies for Health project (SLEHP).

 

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