Special Collection

Citizen Security Dialogues: Making Brazilian Cities Safer

Collection launched: 13 May 2014

The special collection critically reviews innovative citizen security policies and programs from across Brazil's major metropolitan settings.

The special collection - Citizen Security Dialogues - assembles original research from Brazil's leading security and justice experts. It critically examines promising public security and safety practices from the country's major cities including Belo Horizonte, Recife, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. The Citizen Security Dialogues focuses on data-driven interventions, primary and secondary prevention efforts and the impacts of new technologies introduced by law enforcement and public authorities. In the process, it draws attention to stability innovations in Brazil, but with potential application further afield.

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Research Article

5 Dec 2014
3(1):Art. 41

Presumption of Innocence and Public Safety: A Possible Dialogue

Ana Aguilar-Garcia

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Research Article

22 May 2014
3(1):Art. 22

The Dilemmas of Pacification: News of War and Peace in the ‘Marvelous City’

Robson Rodrigues

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Research Article

16 May 2014
3(1):Art. 20

Effectiveness and Evaluation of Crime Prevention Programs in Minas Gerais

Claudio Beato, Andréa Silveira

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Research Article

13 May 2014
3(1):Art. 19

Intentional Homicides in São Paulo City: A New Perspective

Melina Risso

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Research Article

13 May 2014
3(1):Art. 18

Pact for Life and the Reduction of Homicides in the State of Pernambuco

José Ratton, Clarissa Galvão, Michelle Fernandez

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Editorial

13 May 2014
3(1):Art. 17

Foreword for “Making Brazilian Cities Safer: A Citizen Security Dialogues Special Edition”

Michele dos Ramos, Robert Muggah

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