Broken Windows, written by Kelling and Wilson in 1982, became the catalyst for police agencies to think about the causation of crime and how best to address crime and disorder within communities in a new way. The website link below will direct you to the original article written by these authors. There have subsequently been many crime studies and much has been written about this theory, but it is important to read the original article to best understand the broken window theory. Review the article at the following website and answer the questions below in a total of 2-3 pages using APA style formatting.
1. What does the term "broken windows" refer to in the context of crime and disorder in communities?
2. What is the role of police when they apply the broken window theory to specific actions on the street?
3. Are so called "broken windows" something that police officers can address alone?
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