Over the past 2 decades our understanding of crime and crime
reduction has grown. This section introduces and organises
some of the approaches that have been developed to inform crime
To make it easier to find what you are looking for, this section
has been divided into 3 categories. Where there are
interconnections, links between the categories are clearly provided
within the text.
Theories and Models
This two-and-a-half hour training package, complete with
case studies and handouts, has been produced by the Crime
Reduction Centre to enable crime reduction messages to be put
across effectively to community groups.
Home survey training pack
The Home Survey Training Pack is designed to introduce
individuals and groups to the basic principles of domestic
surveying and to encourage them to get involved in reducing
crime by carrying out domestic surveys.
An on-line package designed to help Crime and Disorder
Reduction Partnerships develop an effective communication
to Crime Reduction
The package examines what we mean by crime reduction and looks
at the problem-solving tools and processes, which are the
foundation of the profession. It contains a case study
allowing the reader to put their new skills into practice.
A distance learning package that looks at the basic techniques
used to evaluate crime reduction initiatives and projects.
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