Installing windows and doors on abandoned buildings reduces crime
from Medical Daily
A new study indicates that low-cost improvements, such as installing new windows and doors, may be effective in deterring criminal activity within communities. "City-wide, we found significant reductions in total crimes, assaults, gun assaults, robberies and nuisance crimes associated with ordinance compliance," Michelle Kondo, lead author of the study and a research hydrologist with Northern Research Station, stated in a press release.
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