Crime Prevention & Community Safety is at the forefront of its field. It aims to facilitate the exchange of expertise and experience, to promote good practice and to help identify successful strategies for addressing issues of crime prevention and community safety. Papers introduce new approaches, re-evaluate traditional theories and methods, and report on the latest research.
What are the benefits of subscribing?
Identify effective strategies to improve crime prevention and enhance community safety; expand and improve your understanding of theories, methods and policies relating to the problem of crime and its reduction or solution; keep up-to-date with the latest debates and research findings.
What makes the journal distinct?
Informative articles from around the world for improving theory and practice; a multi-disciplinary approach with a remit for understanding both the causes and solutions; expertise on both the Editorial and Advisory Board to promote and ensure quality.
How does the journal inform?
Research papers, reviews and critiques of the latest developments in aspects of crime prevention and community safety; 'A Letter From' - a summary of recent developments in different countries; 'Surfing the Crime Net' - a review of new material on crime prevention and community safety on the world-wide web.
Topics covered include:
- crime trends
- audits for crime and disorder
- policing measures and initiatives
- multi agency partnerships
- begging and vagrancy
- crime investigation technologies
- evaluating crime prevention techniques
- criminal justice process
- anti-social behaviour
- parenting and crime
- domestic violence
- civil law
- crowd behaviour
- civil disorder
- zero tolerance policing
- strategic planning
- fear of crime
- international perspectives on crime control
- racial harassment
- alcohol and drug related crime and disorder issues
- tourism, security and disorder
Who should subscribe?
- crime prevention officers
- community safety officers
- police forces
- probation services
- prison services
- social science researchers
- law firms
- private and corporate security
- business libraries
- crime analysts
- social services
- national and local government
- victim support agencies
- community groups