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How do worries about crime and safety stop people using woods and parks?
In 2004 Forest Research organised a one-day seminar with backing from Lancashire Constabulary, CABE Space and English Nature. The event explored how crime and safety affect people’s use of woodlands and natural spaces.
Forest Research organised the workshop following significant research findings and local action in this area:
Co-funded by Lancashire Constabulary, CABE Space and English Nature.
Completed in 2004.
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