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Situational Crime Prevention : Successful Case Studies - R.V.G. Clarke

Situational Crime Prevention

Successful Case Studies

Paperback Published: 1st January 1997
ISBN: 9780911577389
Number Of Pages: 368

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This 2nd edition features a revised and extended classification of 16 techniques of situational crime prevention, 13 new case studies and over 300 new references."Situational Crime Prevention should be required reading for anyone interested in innovation in policing. It offers a wide range of techniques that the police can use to reduce the problems that constitute their business. The superb collection of case studies persuasively illustrates how novel approaches to old problems can be developed and their effectiveness proven through rigorous evaluation. The book goes to the heart of what policing is all about."Professor Herman Goldstein, University of Wisconsin

Part 1: Introduction Definition of Situational Prevention The Four Components of Situational Crime Prevention Theoretical Origins-The Role of Situational Factors in Crime Defensible Space, CPTED and Problem-Oriented Policing The Rational Choice Perspective Environmental Criminology, Routine Activities and Lifestyles The Opportunity Structure for Crime The Action Research Methodology Sixteen Opportunity-Reducing Techniques Effectiveness of Situational Prevention Displacement of Crime Understanding Displacement Diffusion of Benefits A Prescription for Evaluation Philosophical and Ethical Issues Political and Professional Constituencies for Situational Prevention The Selection of Case Studies Part 2: Case Studies Steering Column Locks and Motor Vehicle Theft: Evaluations from Three Countries Barry Webb An Evaluation of Walkway Demolition on a British Housing Estate Barry Poyner Developing More Effective Strategies for Curbing Prostitution Roger Matthews Reducing Theft from Shopping Bags in City Center Markets Barry Poyner and Barry Webb Deterring Obscene Phone Callers: The New Jersey Experience Ronald V Clarke Eliminating Pay Phone Toll Fraud at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan Gisela Bichler and Ronald V Clarke Macro Measures against Crime The Example of Check Forgeries Johannes Knutsson and Eckart Kuhlhorn The Economic Benefit of Electronic Article Surveillance Robert L DiLonardo The Care of Public Transport in the Netherlands Henk van Andel Preventing Auto Theft in Commuter Lots: A Bike Patrol in Vancouver Paul Barclay, Jennifer Buckley, Paul J Brantingham, Patricia L Brantingham and Terry Whin-Yates Situational Crime Prevention in Two Parking Facilities Barry Poyner CCTV in Three Town Centers in England Ben Brown Reduction of Employee Theft in a Retail Environment: Displacement vs Diffusion of Benefits Barry Masuda Preventing Convenience Store Robbery through Environmental Design Ronald D Hunter and C Ray Jeffrey Biting Back: Preventing Repeat Burglary and Car Crime in Huddersfield David Anderson and Ken Pease The Crime Reducing Effect of Improved Street Lighting: The Dudley Project Kate Painter and David P Farrington Operation Identification, or the Power of Publicity? Gloria Laycock Housing Allowances in a Welfare Society: Reducing the Temptation to Cheat Eckart Kuhlhorn Subway Graffiti in New York City: "Getting' up" vs "Meanin' it and Cleanin' it" Maryalice Sloan-Howitt and George L Kelling Refund Fraud in Retail Stores Dennis Challinger Preventing Drunkenness and Violence Around Nightclubs in a Tourist Resort Ross Homel, Marg Hauritz, Gillian McIlwain, Richard Wortley and Russell Carvolth Security by Design on the Washington Metro Nancy G La Vigne From the Panopticon to Disney World: The Development of Discipline Clifford D Shearing and Phillip C Stenning References/ Author Index/ Subject Index

ISBN: 9780911577389
ISBN-10: 0911577386
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 1st January 1997
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.1 x 15.9  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.59
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised

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