Is ‘Broken Windows’ Dead–Or Have the Semantics Changed?

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Calls to reform police departments have echoed across the country with renewed energy in recent years, as cities face increasing pressure to police less aggressively while still keeping a lid on crime, reports Business Insider. "Broken Windows," the policing strategy that emphasizes pursuing nuisance crimes as a means of preventing more serious ones, has been blamed for hyper-aggressive policing and racial profiling. It . . .

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