Bethal.Price
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Hey, everyone! Just wondering if anyone has any advice for learning the difference between the "Top-down" and "Bottom-up" approaches to identifying and solving crime, please?
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The way I remember it is top-down is your looking down at two categories (organised and disorganised) and bottom up is just the other one (canter’s circle theory and everything else)
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