Do parks curb crime? We take a look at 3 in the Charleston area to find out.
from The Post and Courier
Government officials and community residents often say that recreational amenities help curb crime. But while most agree that public parks give positive alternatives for youth who could otherwise break into cars and rob homes, crime experts say it hasn’t been proven whether the recreational spaces actually lead to reductions in criminal activity.
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