Secure Foundations: Key Issues in Crime Prevention, Crime Reduction and Community Safety
Scott Ballintyne, Kenneth Pease, Vic McLaren
Institute for Public Policy Research, 2000 - Community policing - 312 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Creating community justice
WHAT WORKS? WHAT DOESNT? HOW DO WE KNOW?
rhetoric or reality?
The evaluation jungle
displacement and sustainability
Making it all happen
Its good to talk but its not good enough
a practice view
Targeting resources for crime prevention
the need for evidence
a new focus for crime prevention
Crime reduction and the benefit of foresight
Democratic politics and crime prevention
action activity agencies approach areas argue audit Audit Commission behaviour British Crime Survey burglary car crime CCTV cent chapter communitarian community consultation community justice community safety partnerships community safety strategy consultation and involvement context Crime and Disorder crime control Crime Prevention Unit crime problems crime reduction criminal events criminal justice Criminology CSCR cul-de-sac carriageways Disorder Act 1998 displacement distributive justice effective ensure evaluation example fear of crime footpaths framework funding groups harms Home Office hot products identify impact implementation individual initiatives integrated interventions issues layout line neighbours London Morgan Report offenders organisations outcomes particular partners Pease points of entry police political potential practice practitioners prevent crime priorities problem-oriented policing reduce crime regeneration repeat victimisation requires responsibility risk society scheme sector social space space syntax spatial stolen tackling crime targets theft types Unit Paper victims vulnerable wider