9781843921462

Handbook Of Crime Prevention And Community Safety

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    9781843921462

  • ISBN10:

    1843921464

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2011-02-24
  • Publisher: Willan

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Summary

This book provides a comprehensive, authoritative and wide-ranging account of the background, theory and practice of crime prevention and community safety. It will be essential reading for anybody with interests in these fields, and will be the major work of reference on this subject for those engaged in the practice, study or teaching of crime prevention.The book provides a detailed overview of the main theories and perspectives informing crime prevention policy and practice, and includes chapters covering the means and methods used in crime prevention, and how these are applied in practice to the main types of crimes. Finally, the book explores the preventive process itself, looking at analysis, decision-making, evaluation and the role of partnerships in crime prevention.

Table of Contents

List of abbreviations
ix
Notes on contributors xiii
Preface xxv
Part I: Background and Context
1(34)
Introduction: thinking realistically about crime prevention
3(11)
Nick Tilley
Crime prevention in context
14(21)
Gordon Hughes
Adam Edwards
Part II: Approaches to Prevention
35(164)
Introduction
35(4)
Nick Tilley
Seven misconceptions of situational crime prevention
39(32)
Ronald V. Clarke
Developmental crime prevention
71(36)
Ross Homel
Community crime reduction: activating formal and informal control
107(36)
George L. Kelling
Progress and prospects in the prevention of repeat victimization
143(28)
Graham Farrell
Science in the service of crime reduction
171(28)
Ken Pease
Part III: Means of Preventing Crime
199(212)
Introduction
199(4)
Nick Tilley
Designing products against crime
203(42)
Paul Ekblom
Planning out crime: the appliance of science or an act of faith?
245(21)
Henry Shaftoe
Tim Read
Crime prevention and system design
266(28)
Nick Tilley
Complicity, trading dynamics and prevalence in stolen goods markets
294(12)
Mike Sutton
Reducing the capacity to offend: restricting resources for offending
306(23)
Martin Gill
Using publicity for preventive purposes
329(26)
Kate Bowers
Shane Johnson
Youth diversion
355(30)
Tim Newburn
Anna Souhami
Shifting and sharing police responsibility to address public safety problems
385(26)
Michael S. Scott
Part IV: Prevention in Practice
411(214)
Introduction
411(6)
Nick Tilley
The prevention of domestic burglary
417(41)
Niall Hamilton-Smith
Andrew Kent
Preventing vehicle crime
458(28)
Barry Webb
Business and crime
486(30)
John Burrows
Matt Hopkins
Violent and sexual crime
516(47)
Mike Maguire
Fiona Brookman
Drugs and alcohol
563(32)
Tim McSweeney
Mike Hough
The role of perceptual intervention in the management of crime fear
595(30)
Jason Ditton
Martin Innes
Part V: The Preventive Process
625(132)
Introduction
625(4)
Nick Tilley
Analysis for intervention
629(45)
Alex Hirschfield
Deciding what to do
674(25)
Gloria Laycock
Evaluation for lesson learning
699(35)
John E. Eck
Partnership and crime prevention
734(23)
Daniel Gilling
Glossary 757(14)
Index 771

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