Professor Lawrence Sherman discusses the Triple-T Against Crime: targeting, testing, and tracking. The three T's empower police to use evidence that they already have and look at it in a new way. Between the three, they find hot spots of crime, discover the best ways to deal with crime areas, then monitor how their solutions work.
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