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The Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics produced this research paper with the financial assistance of the National Crime Prevention Centre at Public Security Canada. It also wishes to express its deep appreciation to the Montréal police service and the urban planning unit of that municipality for their assistance making this study possible.

This report is the result of a collaborative effort between Statistics Canada, the members of the National Justice Statistics Initiative and academic researchers. Specifically, the following persons have contributed their time and expertise to this project: Holly Johnson (Ottawa University), Valerie Pottie Bunge (Department of Justice of Nova Scotia), Lucie Léonard (Public Security), Les Kennedy (Rutgers University), Marnie Wallace and Mike Wisener (Statistics Canada). Finally the authors wish to thank Denyse Carrière, Colleen Thompson and Danielle Baum for their essential work in editing and preparing the manuscript.

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ISBN 0-662-43396-3


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