Study finds no connection between housing vouchers, crime

08/5/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

A study by Michael Lens, an assistant professor of urban planning at UCLA, finds no correlation between the prevalence of voucher households and higher crime rates in those areas. The research contributes to arguments against the theory that housing vouchers are correlated with crime, and that dispersing public-housing residents spreads crime to other neighborhoods.

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