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This research offers one of the first detailed insights into the valuable contribution made by local government within the multi-layered crime prevention strategies and initiatives which keep Australian communities safe.
In Australia, crime prevention is primarily the responsibility of state and...
This evaluation finds that the Community Crime Prevention Program is a highly valued contribution to the Victorian community crime prevention and community safety field.
The Community Crime Prevention Program (CCPP), established by the Victorian Government, aims to enhance communities’ capacity to...
This paper examines the practical factors that impact on the evaluation of crime prevention programs and makes a number of important recommendations for the evaluation of projects delivered as part of large-scale programs.
The Australian Institute of Criminology has spent...
This paper considers the potential application of social marketing principles to crime prevention. Social marketing has been a significant force in the public health field in Australia for more than two decades. It is a key component in the promotion of engagement in health protection...
Whole of government approaches assume that because the causes of crime are complex and multifaceted, then preventive responses will be more effective if the efforts of all the relevant government agencies and community and business groups are combined into a single coordinated strategy.
In general, farm crime has not attracted a lot of research activity. Marissa McCall and Peter Homel review types of farm crime, farmer attitudes to crime and prevention, difficulties in dealing with this type of crime, and crime prevention programs and tactics. As repeat victimisation...