Crime and communities

 

Publications
and Publicity

 


Publications – Crime and Communities

Publications on the website have been sorted into 6 broad
categories, namely:

This is the Crime & Communities section. It contains
publications on issues surrounding crimes in the communities, and
how they can protect against themselves, for example:

  • Victims and witnesses of crime

  • Codes of good practice

  • Community safety partnerships

  • Neighbourhood wardens

All publications have been listed in date order, with the most
recent first.

This year

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998 and earlier

2005

Improving Opportunity, Strengthening Society
 

This report highlights the strategy set out by the Government to increase race equality and community cohesion. This strategy sets out one element of the Governments commitment – to ensure that people are not discriminated against because of their race or religion, and that all can make a full contribution to our society.

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Cleaner Safer Greener Communities: Removing Nuisance Vehicles

This document sets out proposals for addressing the increasing number of nuisance vehicles and outlines the Government’s strategy for creating greener safer communities.

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Key points to help CDRPs tackle crime and disorder in the night-time economy

A list of key points have been published by the Home Office in
January 2005 to help Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRPs)
to tackle crime and disorder in the night-time economy.

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2004

The private sector advisory panel on neighbourhood renewal: Report and Government response

The Private Sector Panel was formed in 2003 to advise the Deputy
Prime Minister on effective ways to engage business in neighbourhood
renewal. It is made up of representatives from a range of
businesses. The panel’s task was to visit a number of neighbourhood renewal areas and report back on what works and what could be improved. The panel makes its own recommendations and outlines what practical measures businesses can undertake to support neighbourhood renewal.

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Negotiating Crime and Disorder Reduction Targets � Guidance for Crime and Disorder Reduction/Community Safety Partnerships
 

Following the Government’s recent spending review and the publication of the Home Office’s 5-year Strategic Plan, the Home Office has outlined 7 new Public Service Agreements (PSAs) that set their priorities to 2007/08. This is a guide for partnerships delivering these targets.

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Housing Associations and
ASB: Protecting our communities
 

This booklet describes how housing associations have a vital role
in tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) and creating sustainable
communities. It states how they need to look beyond the management and maintenance of homes and think about what improvements they can make across the whole community.

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Anti-Social Behaviour Act: Information Sheet
 

This Information Sheet outlines the main powers contained in the Anti-Social Behaviour Act
2003
.

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Anti-Social Behaviour Information Sheet
 

This booklet describes the latest laws and guidance’s that have been introduced to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB) and details how tenants, residents and landlords can and need to co-operate to make them effective.

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Facilitating community involvement: practical guidance for practitioners and policy makers
 

This paper provides practical guidance for practitioners and policy makers on how to
get the community involved. It draws on the review ‘What works in community involvement in Area Based Initiatives (ABIs)’, which was commissioned by the Home Office to evaluate the impact of community involvement in
ABIs.

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Building Community Cohesion: A guide for residents and practitioners
 

This guide is for residents, community representatives and practitioners who are delivering regeneration programmes at the local level, in Area Based Initiatives
(ABIs) and other regeneration areas.

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Neighbourhood Renewal Assessment Manual 2004

This is the new guidance for Neighbourhood Renewal Assessment
(NRA)
. It is a useful approach to systematically assessing local areas prior to regeneration or renewal.

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summary

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Last update:  04 February 2005

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