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The Architecture of Fear

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Tunde Agbola

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11.1 National comparative crime statistics 1990-1995 .............5

21.2 National crime reports and prosecution ………………….6

31.3 Summary of questionnaire survey on urban violence in Lagos ..10

43.1 Population of Lagos, 1800-1993 ………………………….48

53.2 Population of Greater Lagos, 1952 and 1963 ………………49

63.3 Population of Greater Lagos, 1991 ………………………….50

73.4 Sex of respondents ……………………………………………52

83.5 Age of respondents ……………………………………………53

93.6 Educational attainment and home ownership …………………54

103.7 Occupation of respondents and home ownership …………….54

114.1 Frequency of occurrence of urban violence ………………….57

124.2 Thieves ever broken into house ……………………………….58

134.3 Distribution of residential burglary by house types …………58

144.4 Type and distribution of illégal activities in Lagos ………59

154.5 Methods of attack …………………………………………60

164.6 Loss of life and property ……………………………………61

174.7 Value of property lost to crime …………………………61

184.8 Canonical discriminant function derived from the analysis of incidence of residential burglary ……………..63

194.9 Classification function coefficients for residential burglary in Lagos ……………………………………………..64

204.10 Classification results of discriminant analysis of incidence of Residential burglary 64

214.11 Characteristics of residential burglary in Lagos ………65

224.12 Age of building ………………………………………..66

234.13 Reasons for choice of residential location …………….67

244.14 Materials used for fences ………………………………68

254.15 Height of concrete fences ……………………………..69

264.16 Types of material on top of concrete fences ………….70

274.17 Materials used for burglary proofing ……………………70

284.18 Location of installed burglary proofing in houses ……..71

294.19 Types of security measures in houses …………………..71

304.20 Types of lighting systems ……………………………..72

314.21 Remodelling of residential buildings ………………….73

324.22 Type of home remodelling ……………………………..74

334.23 Cost of installation of security devices ………………75

344.24 Incidence of burglary before and after installation of security devices 76

354.25 Presence of commercial activities between the fence and the road 77

364.26 Use of house …………………………………………..77

374.27 Type of street and différences in behavior between neighbourhood streets 79

384.28 Security and defensive characteristics of neighbourhood streets 80

394.29 Neighbourhood landlords' associations and vigilante groups 81

404.30 Reasons for not joining landlords' associations ……….81

414.31 Suggestions to make streets or neighbourhoods safer ..82

424.32 Differential feelings of insecurity among residential neighbourhoods 83

434.33 Perception of insecurity and willingness to live outside Lagos 84

444.34 Feeling of insecurity and the presence of vigilante groups in différent neighbourhoods 84

454.35 Feeling of insecurity and the level of security measures in houses 85

464.36 Feeling of insecurity and the level of security measures in neighbourhoods 85

474.37 Reasons for the feeling of insecurity in neighbourhoods ... 86

484.38 Reactions of residents to neighbourhood security measures . . 87

494.39 Ten safest residential areas in Lagos ……………………………..87

504.40 The ten most dangerous residential areas in Lagos ……………..89

514.41 Canonical discriminant function derived from the analysis of the feeling of insecurity 92

524.42 Classification function coefficients for feeling of insecurity in Lagos 93

534.43 Classification results of discriminant analysis of feeling of insecurity in Lagos 94

544.44 Factors explaining the feeling of insecurity among Lagos residents 95

555.1 Assessment of police rôle in crime prévention …………………..100

565.2 Response of police to calls during urban violence ………………101

575.3 Method of contacting the police in times of urban violence ……….103

585.4 Reporting of cases of urban violence to the police ……………….103

595.5 Reasons for not reporting incidence of urban violence to the police 103

605.6 Reasons for assessing the police as doing enough to reduce urban violence in Lagos 103

615.7 Reasons for assessing the police as not doing enough to reduce urban violence in Lagos 104

626.1 Suggestions to reduce urban violence in Lagos …………………114

636.2 Suggestions to improve the police services to reduce crime in Lagos 117

646.3 Assessment of the intermittent crack-down on crime in Lagos — Opération Sweep 118

List of Figures

651. Map of metropolitan Lagos …………………………………..46

662. Perception of safety of residential areas in Lagos ……………88

673. Perception of danger of crime in residential areas in Lagos ….90

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