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 into victims' responses to crime, reflections on repeat victimisation and more.
Preface - Nick Ross: Just Say Pease; Graham Farrell, Kate Bowers, Shane Johnson, Michael Townsley. Editors' Introduction: Ken Pease (1943 -), A Prospective Obituary; Gloria Laycock and Nick Tilley: From Crime Prevention to Crime Science; Paul Ekblom: Making Offenders Richer; P-O Wikstrom: Doing without Knowing: Common Pitfalls in Crime Prevention; Rachel Armitage: Sustainability versus Safety: Confusion, Conflict and Contradiction in Designing Out Crime; Steve Everson and Pete Woodhouse: Designing Out Crime: Has Section 17 of the UK's Crime And Disorder Act 1998 Been Effective?; Kate Moss and Jenny Ardley: The Nottingham Burglary Risk Index (BRIx); Sylvia Chenery and Mandy Shaw: Kings and Castles, Cavemen and Caves: The Impact of Crime on Male Victims; Andromachi Tseloni: Fear of Crime, Perceived Disorders and Property Crime: A Multivariate Analysis at the Area Level; David P. Farrington, Trevor H. Bennett and Brandon C. Welsh: The Cambridge Evaluation of the Effects of CCTV on Crime; Shane Johnson and Kate Bowers: Burglary Prediction: The Roles of Theory, Flow and Friction; John Eck, Ronald V. Clarke and Rob Guerette: Risky Facilities: Crime Concentration in Homogeneous Sets of Establishments and Facilities; Michael Townsley and Graham Farrell: Repeat Victimization in Prison.
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