It is clear that reductions in crime can be achieved byimprovements in street lighting and that these reductions will be mostworthwhile in high crime neighborhoods. It is also clear that improved lightingcan reduce crime both in the day and at night. This suggests that improvementsto lighting not only act as situational deterrent to crime, but can alsoimprove local community cohesion and pride, which in turn increases the willingnessof residents to intervene in crime or cooperate with the police. Improvedlighting will also send a message to potential offenders that the neighborhoodno longer offers easy opportunities for crime.


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