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19301. Crime and Governance in Less Developed Countries (Ldcs) This paper examines the role of good governance in crime and violence prevention in developing and less developed/lower income countries. Following a discussion and overview of the concept of governance and more particularly, good governance, including its main characteristics and how it can be applied to crime prevention at the local level, the analysis considers how this concept has been successfully incorporated into crime and violence prevention policies and programs in developed countries. This section includes a discussion of the basic principles and methods of crime prevention as established in these countries as well as consideration of some of the important barriers and difficulties developed country governments have encountered in implementing local-level crime and violence prevention. The next section discusses the opportunities and challenges in adapting the successful crime prevention experience of developed countries to developing and less developed countries. A final section presents an outline for an online course on governance and crime prevention. APA Style. 24 pages, 134 footnotes, 45 bibliographic sources. 6,020 words.

TAGS: crime, governance, public safety, lower income countries, less developed countries, corruption, violence, good governance, crime prevention, South America, South Africa

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