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Product Description: To assess whether an initiative to reduce gun violence that had been successful in Boston could be adapted for use elsewhere, researchers selected an East Los Angeles area for a similar intervention that was to include both law enforcement and social service components...read more
By Allan F. Abrahamse (contributor), Clifford Grammich (contributor), Greg Ridgeway (contributor), K. Jack Riley (contributor) and George Tita (editor)

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9780833051424 | Reprint edition (Rand Corp, January 16, 2011), cover price $16.00 | About this edition: To assess whether an initiative to reduce gun violence that had been successful in Boston could be adapted for use elsewhere, researchers selected an East Los Angeles area for a similar intervention that was to include both law enforcement and social service components.

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Product Description: U.S. communities depend on reliable, safe, and secure rail systems. Each weekday, more than 12 million passengers take to U.S. railways. This book explains a framework for security planners and policymakers to guide cost-effective rail-security planning, specifically for the risk of terrorism...read more

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9780833041173 | Rand Corp, December 30, 2007, cover price $28.00 | About this edition: U.

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Product Description: Liberia's new government has made security sector transformation a high priority. The authors analyze Liberia's complex security environment, set forth an integrated security concept to guide the formation and use of those forces and assemble a complete security structure...read more

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9780833040084 | Rand Corp, August 15, 2007, cover price $22.00 | About this edition: Liberia's new government has made security sector transformation a high priority.

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