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1 A method of enforcing regulations without intervention by authorities, e.g. a 20mph speed limit enforced by traffic calming methods rather than detection.
2 Control by members of the community without involving law enforcement agencies. A controversial concept, which can lead to non‐policing at one extreme and vigilantism at the other.
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