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However, other things have to be taken into consideration when considering the value of such community environmental changes. The first is a much improved mindset by the residents, who are no longer surrounded by obvious street crime and empty buildings. Second, is the mindset of those who live or work outside of this area who are less fearful of settling or putting a business here. Third is the overall positive effect this has on the environment, itself, and the betterment of the community and society as a whole.

It may be difficult to determine which is the most important factor, but it is not impossible to say that the design change had an impact. When it comes down to deciding whether or not to make such changes, the results of empirical studies are not needed.

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Eck, J., Wartell, J. (1996), Reducing Crime and Drug Dealing by Improving Place Management: A Randomized Experiment. Report to the San Diego Police Department, Crime Control Institute, Washington, DC.

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