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<p>The renewal of the Left realist tradition in criminology is vital for a critical understanding of crime and criminal justice in the context of a dominant neoliberalism. Left Realism presented two core components: the local democratic community control of policing and crime prevention and the analytical 'square of crime'. Two strategies for renewing the tradition are contrasted: the re-elaboration and updating of the core concepts or the incorporation of new themes – specifically criticaldoi:10.5204/ijcjsd.v5i3.329 fatcat:ytonwzhgnfdinhi2ipvaxryhoy