The principles for combatting crime and victimization are widely agreed. But research and practice all too frequently show serious shortcomings in their implementation. Focusing on what works rather than dissecting what doesn't, this text provides an oportunity for community safety planners, managers, and professional to: learn about a range of techniques for auditing community safety; locate the core elements of sound community safety practice; identify key principles fro determining the appropriateness of a technique or prject in any given situation; develop techniques for the calculation and distribution of the costs of safety in your community; explore the role of the commnity safety [profesisonal; and identify ways to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of community safety intiatives.
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 210 x 135 x 15 mm
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