The criminologist Prof. Klaus Boers (University of Münster) and the sociologist Prof. Jost Reinecke (University of Bielefeld) have presented the results of their long-term study "Crime in the modern city". The scientists have observed and analysed the delinquency behaviour of around 3,000 people for almost 20 years.
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