4 edition of Imagination for crime prevention found in the catalog.
Imagination for crime prevention
The role of imagination in preventing crime, as exemplified in the career of British criminologist Ken Pease, is celebrated here.
|Statement||edited by Graham Farrell ... [et al.].|
|Series||Crime prevention studies -- v. 21|
|Contributions||Pease, K., Farrell, Graham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
|ISBN 10||1881798704, 1881798712|
|ISBN 10||9781881798705, 9781881798712|
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Get this from a library. Imagination for crime prevention: essays in honour of Ken Pease. [K Pease; Graham Farrell;] -- This volume contains imaginative new approaches to preventing crime.
Topics include imagining crime science, theory-led crime mapping, identifying risky facilities, designing out crime, new insights. Imagination for Crime Prevention: Essays in Honor of Ken Pease. Book January The framework is inspired by Mills’ () book The Sociological Imagination.
Clarke believes that situational crime prevention is an approach that focuses on reducing the opportunities for crime to occur rather than improving society’s institutions. This is largely based on the rational choice theory, which demonstrates how criminals decide if they are going to carry out a crime based on its costs and benefits.
Crime Prevention Studies. ISSN: Published by Lynne Rienner Publishers. Volumes are available in full text, with table of contents, introduction, and abstracts provided for each of contents, introductory chapters and abstracts where available Imagination for crime prevention book provided for Volumes 16 and beyond.
As crime continues to be a high profile issue troubling politicians, the public and the media alike, the study of criminology has boomed. Providing an international and comparative introduction to the discipline, this informative book is an accessible guide to the theoretical and practical approaches to the phenomena of crime.
Topics covered include: popular myths and the fear of 3/5(2). Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices provides a comprehensive, example-based overview of prevention theory and practice. Unlike other books, it argues that contemporary governments can and should embrace crime prevention as a policy alternative to 'law and order' and, unlike most criminologists, the book's authors contend that crime prevention strategies Cited by: Ann M.
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This book brings together a series of writings on the problems facing contemporary criminology, highlighting the main theoretical priorities of critical analysis and their application to substantive case studies of research in action.
Its main aim is to establish the conceptual and practical foundations for a new generation of studies in criminology, and to set. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Training Program February book club Feature: Good-Bye Bully Machine NCPC’s in the new Student Health issue.
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DOI link for Expanding the Criminological Imagination In relation to the criminology of urban crime prevention this servicing role identified by Mills can be gauged through the coupling of crime prevention ‘science’ with a class-based and moralizing Cited by: 1. The car and crime become entrenched in the cultural imagination with the widely circulated images of the bullet-hole-ravaged Ford V8 that Bonnie (Parker) and Clyde (Barrow) were in when they were killed by Texan and Louisianan police in This couple of outlaws (and their gang) had kept newspaper readers enthralled and appalled as they robbed, Author: Thalia Anthony, Kieran Tranter.
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NCJRS Abstract. The document referenced below is part of the NCJRS Virtual Library collection. To conduct further. Refocusing Crime Prevention is a well researched work, evidenced by numerous string citations and its lengthy bibliography.
But, the book is not an easy read. It is packed with information regarding community crime prevention, cites relevant authors on the subject and provides the reader with an ‘insider’s’ view of successes and by: By contrast, most people have heard of offender profiling and may see this as an important recent advance in the fight against crime.
While offender profiling has captured the public’s imagination and does have a role to play, a number of other recent developments have perhaps greater potential in terms of reducing and solving crimes. General Safety and Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) • Second Edition v • July 1 Every employee must be trained in safety.
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Introduction: developing criminological imagination, Alana Barton, Karen Corteen, David Scott and Dave Whyte 2.
Critical criminology and the intensification of the authoritarian state, Reece Walters 3. Confronting the 'hegemony of vision': state, space and urban crime prevention, Roy Coleman 4. The 'worse' of two evils. SafeGrowth is a people-based planning method for creating 21st Century neighborhoods of imagination, livability, and safety.
It develops new relationships between city government and residents in order to prevent crime and plan for the future.
Remember, your own initiative and imagination is your best defense. Two types of resistance can be used against an attacker: (1) Passive (2) Active. PASSIVE RESISTANCE involves using your imagination to delay the attack while continually looking for a chance to escape or attempting to talk the attacker out of assaulting you.Defensive plants, shrubs and trees (shrub fences) Spiny shrubs and trees have been used for many hundreds of years to create defensive barriers; either as hedging, to pen livestock into their fields, or by using a plant's climbing and defensive properties to improve an existing boundary, such as a timber fence or prevent graffiti being applied.Crime science is the study of crime in order to find ways to prevent it.
Three features distinguish crime science from criminology: it is single-minded about cutting crime, rather than studying it for its own sake; accordingly it focuses on crime rather than criminals; and it is multidisciplinary, notably recruiting scientific methodology rather than relying on social theory.