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Fighting Back
Neighborhood Antidrug Strategies



May 1996 | 160 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Despite strenuous governmental efforts over the past decade, illicit drug use continues to pose a serious challenge to society and, in particular, inner city communities in the United States.

Fighting Back describes the strategies employed by law enforcement agencies and community groups working in partnership to prevent and discourage drug dealing. Offering informed and positive observations, the book includes: a detailed discussion of both theoretical and programmatic issues; the latest empirical research incorporating newly published investigations; and case studies.

 
Introduction
 
Citizen Reporting of Drug Activity
 
Community Antidrug Efforts
 
Implanted Community Antidrug Problems
 
Police Antidrug Efforts
 
Drug House Abatement Programs
 
Conclusion

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