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Shane Greive

Conference paper

Investigating crime precipitators and the 'environmental backcloth' of the night time economy: an environmental criminology perspective from an Australian Capital City.

This paper investigates crime and the night-time economy (NTE) associated with an entertainment district in an Australian capital city. It discusses the concept of the ‘environmental backcloth’ (Brantingham and Brantinham, 1993) to this area as important contextual background to some of the contemporary crime problems.
Conference paper

Designing crime precipitators in Northbridge after dark: urban governance in slumber

This paper explores crime in Northbridge entertainment district in Perth, Western Australia and highlights how the legacy of governance can operate counter-intuitively, to foster crime precipitators, which can increase opportunities for crime.
Conference paper

A Local Housing Strategy in Inner City Perth

This research describes a Perth inner city local government authority’s attempts to instigate a housing strategy with particular focus on the provision of affordable housing.
Report

Falling through the net? A risk management model for home ownership schemes

Income targeted home ownership assistance programs can play an important role in helping to restore social and economic equity in an environment where the gap between the 'haves' and 'have-nots' is steadily growing. This report by Shane Greive, Vasanthi Peter, John Ballard, Roz Walker, Cheryle...
Report

Locational advantage and disadvantage in public housing, rent assistance and housing loan assistance in Perth

This report draws on the concept of locational disadvantage to evaluate three different housing assistance programs in relation to a whole of government response to major shifts in welfare provision, and with due consideration to current trends in social economic restructuring. The study compares the...