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Thefts of and from autos account for the highest losses among property crimes that target individuals (except for arson). But according to the research presented in this new book, recent initiatives in the U.S., Europe and Australia have provided effective new models and lessons about how best to prevent car theft. Following editor Michael Maxfield's...
Thefts of and from autos account for the highest losses among property crimes that target individuals (except for arson). But according to the research presented in this new book, recent initiatives in the U.S., Europe and Australia have provided effective new models and lessons about how best to prevent car theft. Following editor Michael Maxfield's introduction, the chapter topics include: -- benefits of the U.K. Car Theft Index (by Gloria Laycock); -- comparing improvements in car safety versus car security in U.S. history (Graeme Newman); -- preventing vehicle crime in Australia through public-private partnerships and national collaboration (Ray Carroll); -- reducing abuses involving temporary license tags in North Carolina (Matthew White and Charles W. Dean); -- improving vehicle licensing and registration systems in the U.K. (Barry Webb et al.); -- the impact of electronic immobilizers (Rick Brown); -- measures to enhance parking lot security (Pat Mayhew and Greg Braun); -- crime analyses of parking lot auto thefts in Chula Vista, California (Nancy Plouffe and Rana Sampson); -- police intelligence and the theft of vehicles for export (Rick Brown and Ronald Clarke); and, -- publicity campaigns and car crime prevention (Emmanuel Barthe).
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