The complicated legacy of ‘broken windows’ policing 

Does it empower communities or put them under siege?

DRAWING ON LESSONS he learned as a seminarian, social worker, and then probation officer, George Kelling became a major thinker on law enforcement, envisioning a new approach to policing that combined a strong regard for public safety with a keen sensitivity to community concerns and perspectives. When Kelling died this spring, at age 83, William(...)

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