Improvements in housing conditions have positive effect on crime

Improvements in housing conditions and neighbourhood management have a positive effect on crime and anti-social behaviour across Europe, according to a study by Cecodhas, the body representing European social housing providers. The report says the close involvement of housing organisations with tenants and schools is also vital to reducing crime. Safe as Houses is available via www.regen.net/doc.

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