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What is even more startling, is he is forecasting that he is happy to be below target on inflation for an incredible 28 quarters in a row or 7 years. So the market was expecting the RBA has to downgrade growth for this year by some 0.

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We agree. Except we thought the election mattered. So the question we asked ourselves, is how do you delay a rate cut by a month or two, without acknowledging the reason is the election? The answer? You lower the hurdle to a rate cut. And this they did ever so eloquently. In their Statement on Monetary Policy SOMP on February 5th, they commented; If there were then to be a sustained increase in unemployment and a lack of progress in returning inflation to target, it might instead be appropriate to lower the cash rate.

The commentators latched on to the rise in unemployment as a necessary condition for a rate cut. At market lunches in the following month, Luci Ellis [4] commented at least twice that a rise in the unemployment rate was a clear scenario where they would cut interest rates, but not the only scenario.

The low inflation print in April provided the other scenario. Rather inconvenient given the election. We brainstormed how do you delay the rate cut a month without it being interpreted as political. And for two, you say you are waiting for more information.

Well, you could say that given their new inflation forecast, they now would need to see the unemployment rate fall if they were to have any confidence in hitting their inflation mandate. Maybe something like this; Further improvement in the labour market was likely to be needed for inflation to be consistent with the target.

Why am I spending so much of my note on this? Well quite frankly, because we see the Australian rate pricing for the central bank as the most mispriced in the developed world. At least in the short term. As such, we have a large position in the fund looking for a rate cut in June, or the latest July. The RBA could not be clearer. Why does the market not see it? The other mispriced market? The US rate curve, which is still pricing rate cuts.

Again, we had the Governor, Jerome Powell, come out with a very emphatic statement at the last meeting; … as we look at these readings in the first quarter for core [inflation], we do see good reasons to think that some or all of the unexpected decrease may wind up being transient.

In addition, the trimmed mean measures of inflation did not go down as much, indeed Dallas trimmed mean is at 2 percent. Respect and admiration spawn love that sends their relationship out This novel tells two stories of self discovery, that of 34 year-old Constance, an Australian living in present day Spain, and that of her Kiwi friend Matt, Ritchie Ufuo, recent graduate of a Pennsylvania university, moves to Tokyo where he runs into the champagne-and-cocaine Soren Soutern.

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Many of them are summarized in table The strong relationship among research, policy, and practice is a key characteristic of this area of crime prevention. Gloria Laycock, formerly head of the UK government unit that over- saw development of much of the research, has documented the story of how it evolved Laycock Laycock notes that the Kirkholt burglary-prevention pro- ject was a landmark.

It used a crime analysis problem-solving approach to iden- tify multiple tactics focused on preventing repeat residential burglary, successfully implemented to dramatic efect.

We will not describe table Most crime is repeat victimization of the Preventing repeats would prevent most crime. Repeat victimization occurs for all crime Preventing repeats can be a general crime types except murder which can be a repeat prevention strategy.

High-crime areas have high levels of repeats. Focusing on repeats naturally allocates resources to high-crime areas and hot spots. Repeats and near repeats show as hot spots Analysts should be aware that hot spots are on maps. Repeats occur ater a previous crime, not all he gradual drip-feeding of crime prevention at once.

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Spatially near repeats—e. Frequent thet of hot products is a form of Beware crimes against the same product types near repeat oten a tactical repeat.

Risky facilities identiies repeat Focus on repeats to target risky facilities. Repeats are committed disproportionately Focus on repeats to detect repeat and proliic by same ofenders returning.

Other ofenders also repeat at attractive Focus on repeats to detect repeat and proliic vulnerable targets.

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Risk increases with each repeat—e. Repeats more likely when crime is a success Prioritize crimes where ofender succeeded. Repeats occur quickly—risk is highest soon Put crime-prevention resources in place quickly ater crime.

Risk of displacement is less when repeats Lower displacement risk means prevention is prevented. Repeats oten use the same tactics or Prevent repeats by that modus operandi; tactics modus operandi. Known tactics can be focused on repeats. New crime-prevention tactics are not necessarily needed. Strong preventive mechanism work best Appropriate situational measures oten efective to prevent crime. Victims may fail to implement prevention Practical assistance e. Victim support services may assist.

Victim services adopt a prevention focus to empower victims. Police are empowered to assist victims. Victim-oriented policing and good police-community relations can result. The Success of Prevention Efforts he majority of evaluated prevention eforts to date relate to burglary. Interventions for residential bur- glary and commercial burglary oten included an initial security survey followed by securitization of properties.

Alarms were occasionally given or loaned to victims, including repeat victims of domestic violence. Property marking for burglary victims was oten facilitated by the provi- sion of either SmartWater a microdot solution that can be uniquely identiied or access to a property register, usually with decals stickers to promote deterrence. Neighborhood Watch, or the smaller Cocoon Watch among nearby neighbors, pro- grams were established within some repeat burglary or domestic violence projects.

Less common measures included ofender-focused interventions, blocking of ac- cess to rear alleys used by burglars, and media publicity to promote deterrence.

A summary of key indicators is shown in table Residential burglary is irst because it accounts for 22 of the 31 studies that have been evaluated, then domestic violence, commercial burglary, and sexual victimization. Anns Gregson Residential NA Residential No Sexual NA See text for further details. Whether a reduction in repeat victimization was found among those receiving the crime-prevention efort the intervention group is shown in the fourth column of table By this indicator, repeats fell in over 80 percent—that is, in 17 out of 21 studies.

In the other 10 studies, the extent of change in repeats was unknown. However, there was wide vari- ation, from one project where repeats were eliminated to one where the best estimate was that repeats fell 10 percent. Readers interested in evaluation method should note that repeat victimization was typically not measured in comparison groups. For each study, overall crime—not just repeats—in the intervention group was com- pared to a similar group.

For example, a national fall in crime would be experienced in both an intervention and the comparison area, and so it could be distinguished from the efect of the intervention: only the remainder of any fall in crime can be reasonably attributed to the intervention in such an instance. Five studies are categorized as uncertain, or u, due to apparently conlicting indicators. With those ive excluded, 73 percent, or 19 of 26 studies, reduced both repeats and crime incidence.

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Many but not all of the studies listed in table However, there can be quite some variation in impact across time and place. Consequently, the next section looks at why some eforts succeed more than others. Development and Implementation of Prevention Tactics A key problem is that it is oten diicult to get prevention measures put in place, or implemented, for various reasons. It was possible to gauge the extent of implemen- tation and igure Were the data of better quality, or implementation easier to gauge, then perhaps the relationship would be stronger.In fact, most crimes are repeats of some sort.

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