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  • Van Velzen, Frances Anne (University of Zululand, 1998)
    Each individual's personal security is basic to the quality of life of a community. If the quality of life is affected by crime or the fear of criminal victimisation, then both crime and the fear of crime should be viewed ...
  • Zondi, Lawrence Musa. (2000)
    Fear of crime has become a much documented crime related problem. It can lead to avoidance behaviour, for example when normal social activities are curtailed and certain areas are avoided. Lewis and Salem (1986:3) conclude ...
  • McIntyre, Robert Peter. (1995)
    This research project which is the first of its kind in South Africa, entails a criminological study of harbour policing in South Africa. Firstly, it is primarily concerned with the historical development of harbour policing ...
  • Kabingesi, Mlulami Goodenough (University of Zululand, 1995)
    This research aims at investigating the image of traffic policing in Transkei. To achieve this goal, questionnaires were distributed to a purposive sample of 600 respondents. Five towns whose people are exposed to traffic ...
  • Pienaar, Petrus Jacob Johannes. (University of Zululand, 1993)
    This investigation examined certain problems and dilemmas in the juvenile court. Three problem areas were included: The accusatorial - inquisitorial view as the main approach in the juvenile justice system. The ...
  • Mqadi, Langalibalele Prince (1994)
    The study aims at studying and analyzing juvenile delinquency among secondary school children in Kwa-Zulu and the influence of the family thereupon. Through the use of a self-report survey the study seeks to establish the ...
  • Zenzile, Enoch (2008)
    The self-report survey study conducted in Mthatha District of Education (Eastern Cape) revealed interesting results pertaining to juvenile delinquency. The study concerns itself with a sample of 451 respondents randomly ...
  • Zondi, Clarice Zimbili. (2002)
    The present study entails a statistical description of juvenile diversion in Durban, KwaZuIu-Natal. The handling and treatment of juvenile offenders remains a considerable problem to governments across the world. South ...
  • Steenkamp, Douw Gerbrand (1999)
    This investigation entails a study of motor vehicle theft and hijacking in KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape for the period of 1 January till 31 December 1995. The present study is empirically founded and for this purpose ...
  • Khoza, Vukayibambe Isaac (1993)
    This research is based on the penalization of traffic offenders in the magisterial district of Lower Umfolozi- For purposes of collecting data, a structured, pre-coded (content analysis) information schedule has been ...
  • Makibelo, Mabel Maphuti. (University of Zululand, 1995)
    The police role appears to be a controversial issue since the evolution of modem policing in Great Britain with the establishment of the Metropolitan Police under the leadership of Sir Robert Peel in 1829. The South ...
  • Maseko, Bethuel Oupa (2011)
    This thesis is about the perceptions of Madadeni residents about the police and policing in the Madadeni area. It is a qualitative study and attention was paid to the development of Madadeni Township and the police ...
  • Mayoyo, Linda Evenette (2009)
    This study entails an empirical inquiry of the police as a fear reduction agency in two rural communities in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. It is based on data forthcoming from a non-probability sample selected from Mthatha ...
  • Zondi, C.Z (University of Zululand, 2014)
    This thesis is about a qualitative enquiry into the restorative justice programmes offered by Phoenix Zululand (PZ) in some of the prisons in Zululand. The purpose of the thesis was to see if the work that PZ is doing ...
  • Manzi, Lungisa Henry (1999)
    Almost impregnable and insurmountable, however, is the invisible wall which separates many police departments and the citizens they serve. This wall, although not topped by barbed wire and embedded sliver of glass, still ...
  • Steenkamp, Douw Gerbrand (2002)
    Protection of life and property is an age-old need of human beings. Through the ages, territoriality and personal interest played an important role in the protection of life and property. The historical development of ...

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