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Situational crime prevention : successful case studies.

Clarke, Ronald.V. G.
(1997)  | 9780911577389 | CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS | pbk. | 2nd ed,  | book | 357pp
AUD 40.99 (inc. GST), AUD 37.26 (ex. GST),
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...

Reducing terrorism through situational crime prevention.: Crime Prevention Studies No. 25.

Freilich, Joshua. Newman, Graeme R.
(2009)  | 9781881798941 | CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS | pbk. | book | 350pp
AUD 60.95 (inc. GST), AUD 55.41 (ex. GST),
This volume applies the principles of situational crime prevention (SCP) to terrorism and it features cutting-edge theoretical and empirical pieces. Chapters focus on: terrorism by right-wing and left-wing extremists in the U.S., the conflicts in Iraq and Northern Ireland, foreign policy through an...

Countering terrorism through situational crime prevention.

Freilich, Joshua. Newman, Graeme R.
(2009)  | 9781881798934 | CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS | hbk. | book
AUD 75.95 (inc. GST), AUD 69.05 (ex. GST),
This volume applies the principles of situational crime prevention (SCP) to terrorism and it features cutting-edge theoretical and empirical pieces. Chapters focus on: terrorism by right-wing and left-wing extremists in the U.S., the conflicts in Iraq and Northern Ireland, foreign policy through an...

From Research to Realization : Designing Out Crime from Products . Crime Prevention Studies, Volume 26.

Ekblom, Paul.
(2009)  | 9781881798897 | CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS | pbk. | book
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Volume 18 in the Crime Prevention Studies Series, published in 2005, introduced the field of designing products and systems to prevent crime, moving beyond the earlier interest in vehicle security and into a far wider range of products - especially consumer electronics and mobile phones.

Imagination for Crime Prevention : Essays in Honour of Ken Pease. Crime Prevention Studies Series, Volume 21.

Farrell, Graham. Bowers, Kate. Johnson, Shane. Townsley, Mike. Clarke, Ron.
(2007)  | 9781881798712 | CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRESS | pbk. | book | 277pp
AUD 54.95 (inc. GST), AUD 49.95 (ex. GST),
Drawing inspiration from the work of noted criminologist Ken Pease, the authors explore the role that imagination—matched with scientific rigor—can play in developing crime prevention strategies.

 

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