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General Crime Prevention

  • Bowden, M. & Higgins, L. (2000) The Impact and Effectiveness of the Garda Special Projects. Dublin: Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform
  • Carter, P. (2003) Managing Offenders, Reducing Crime: A New Approach. London: Home Office Strategy Unit.
  • Currie, E (1988) "Two Visions of Community Crime Prevention", in Hope, T. & Shaw, M., ed.s, Communities and Crime Reduction, London: HMSO
  • Department of Justice (1997) Tackling Crime: A Discussion Paper. Dublin: Stationery Office
  • Dijk, J. Van, "More than a Matter of Security, Trends in Crime Prevention in Europe", in Heindensohn, F. & Farrell, M., ed.s, Crime in Europe,  London: Routledge
  • Ekblom, P.  & Wyvekens, A. (2004) A Partnership Approach to Crime Prevention. Council of Europe
  • Farrington, D. (1996) Understanding and Preventing Youth Crime. Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Farrington, D. P. & Coid, J. W. (2003) Early Prevention of Adult Anti-Social Behaviour. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Felson, M. & Clarke, R. (2003) "Opportunity Makes the Thief". Police Research Series. UK: Home Office.
  • Fitzgerald, J. & Cox, S. (1994) Research Methods and Statistics in Criminal Justice. Wadsworth.
  • France, A. & Homel, R. (2007) Pathways and Crime Prevention. Collompton: Willan.
  • An Garda Síochána. (2007) Neighbourhood Watch (NW) Scheme. http://www.garda.ie/Neighbourwatch.html
  • Goldblatt, P. and  Lewis, C. (1998) Reducing Offending: an assessment of research evidence on ways of dealing with offending behaviour. London: HMSO
  • Graham, J. (1990) Crime Prevention Strategies in Europe and North America. Helsinki: Helsinki United Nations Institute
  • Hewitt, J., Cryle, G. & Ballintyne, S. (2000) Threads of Success: A Study of Community Safety Partnerships in Scotland.  Edinburgh: Scottish Executive
  • Home Office, Partnership in Crime Prevention. London: Home Office
  • Hope, T. and Shaw, M. (1988) Communities and Crime Reduction. London: HMSO
  • Hughes, G. (1999) Understanding Crime Prevention. Buckingham: Open University Press
  • Interdepartmental Group (1992) Urban Crime and Disorder (Ronanstown Report.) Dublin: Stationery Office
  • International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (1999) 100 Crime Prevention Programmes to Inspire Action Across the World. Montreal: International Centre for the Prevention of Crime
  • Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, University College London.
    www.jdi.ucl.ac.uk
  • Loeber, R. & Farrington, D. P. (2001) Child Delinquents: Development, Intervention and Service Needs. Thousand Oaks: Sage
  • Losel, F. & Beelman, A. (2003) "Effects of Child Skills Training in Preventing Anti-Social Behaviour", Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 587, 84-109
  • Matthews, R. and Pitts, J. (2001) Crime, Disorder and Community Safety. London: Routledge
  • McCord, J. & Tremblay, R. E. (1992) Preventing Anti-Social Behaviour. New York: Guilford
  • McKeown, K. and Sweeney, J. (2001) Family Well-Being and Family Policy: a review of research on benefits and costs. Dublin: Stationery Office.
  • Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform. (2007) Remarks by the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform at the launch of the South Great George's Street Business Watch Scheme. Dublin: Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.
    Link to Business Watch Scheme Speech
  • Morris N. and Hawkins H. (1969) The Honest Politician's Guide to Crime Control . University of Chigago Press.
  • Morgan, J. (1991) Safer Communities: the Local Delivery of Crime Prevention through the Community Partnership Approach. London:Home Office
  • Muintir na Tíre. (2007) Community Alert Programme. www.muintir.ie
  • Munitir na Tíre & An Garda Síochána. (2007) Community Alert Strategy 2007-2011. Muintir na Tíre & An Garda Síochána.
  • Nelken, D., (1988) "Community Involvement in Crime Control", Current Legal Problems, 239 – 61
  • Painter, K. & Tilley, N. (1999) Surveillance of Public Space: CCTV, Street Lighting and Crime Prevention: Crime Prevention Studies Vol. 10. New York: Criminal Justice Press.
  • Pease, K. (1996) "Crime Prevention" in Maguire,M., Morgan, R., & Reiner, R., ed.s, Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Oxford: Clarendon Press
  • Quinn, M. (2002) "Youth Crime Prevention" in O'Mahony, P. ed., Criminal Justice in Ireland, Dublin: Institute of Public Administration
  • Radcliffe, J. (2004). Crime Mapping and Training Needs of Law Enforcement. European Journal on Criminal Policy, Vol. 10.
  • Rosenbaum, D.P., (1986) Community Crime Prevention: Does It Work? London: Sage.
  • Rosembaum, D.P. (1988) "Community Crime Prevention: A Review and Synthesis of the literature", Justice Quarterly, 323-396
  • Rutter, M., Giller, H. & Hagell, A. (1998) Antisocial Behaviour by Young People. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Rylands, J. (1995) A Study of Parenting Programmes in Ireland.  Dublin: Barnardos
  • Scottish Office (1999) A Safer Scotland: Tackling Crime and its Causes. Scottish Office
  • Sheehy, N.,Trew, K., Rafferty, H., McShane, E., Quiery, N. & Curran, S. (2000) The Greater Shankill Early Years Project Evaluation Report. Belfast: QUB
  • Sherman, L. W., Farrington, D., Welsh, B.C. & Mackenzie, D.L (2003) Evidence-Based Crime Prevention. London: Routledge
  • Tilley, N. (2005) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety. Collompton: Willan
  • Tonry, M., & Farrington, D. (1995) ,ed.s, Building a Safer Society; Strategic Approaches to Crime Prevention Crime and Justice; A Recent Review of Research. Chicago: Chicago University Press
  • Torronen, J. & Korander, T. (2005) "Preventive Policing and Security Plans: The Reception of New Crime Prevention Strategies in Three Finnish Cities". In Journal of Scandanavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, Vol 6. Routledge.
  • Utting, D. (1996) Reducing Criminality Among Young People: a Sample of Relevant Programmes in the United Kingdom. Home Office Research Study 161.
  • Utting, D, Bright, J., & Henricson, C. (1993) Crime and the family; Improving Child Rearing and Preventing Delinquency. London: Family Policy Studies Centre
  • Walkgate, S. (1996) "Community and Crime Prevention", in E. McLaughlin and J Muncie, ed.s, Controlling Crime. London: Sage
  • Welsh, B.C, Farrington, D.P & Sherman, L. W. (2001) Costs and Benefits of Preventing Crime. Boulder: Westview

Situational Crime Prevention

  • Ashby, D. (2005) "Policing Neighbourhoods: Exploring the Geographies of Crime, Policing and Performance Assessment", Policing and Society, 15/4, 413
  • Bowers, K. & Johnson, S. (2003) "Measuring the Geographical Displacement and Diffusion of Benefit Effects of Crime Prevention Activity", Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 19/3.
  • Brantingham, P. & Brantingham, P. (1981) Environmental Criminology. Waveland Press
  • Brown, B. B. & Altman, I. (1981) "Territoriality and Residential Crime" in Brantingham, P. & Brantingham, P., ed.s. Environmental Criminology. Waveland Press.
  • Carey, G. (2001) "Crime and Urban Design", Irish Criminal Law Journal, 11/3, 9
  • Chainey, S. & Ratcliffe, J. (2005) GIS and Crime Mapping, England: John Wiley and Sons
  • Clarke, R. V. (1997) Situational Crime Prevention: Successful Case Studies. New York: Harrow and Heston
  • Clarke, R. V. & Newman, G. R. (2005) Designing Out Crime from Products and Systems. Collompton: Willan.
  • Cozens, P., Hilliard, D. & Prescott, G. (2002)  "Criminogenic Associations and Characteristic British Housing Designs", International Planning Studies, 7/2, 119-136
  • Crowe, T. (2000) Crime Prevention through Environmental Design. London: Butterworth-Heinemann.
  • Crowe, T. (2000) Crime Prevention through Environmental Design. London: Butterworth-Heinemann.
  • Eck, J. & Weisburd, D. (1995) Crime and Place: Crime Prevention Studies. New York: Willow Tree Press
  • Eck, J. & Weisburd, D. (1995) "Crime Places in Crime Theory" in Eck, J. & Weisburd, D., ed.s., Crime and Place: Crime Prevention Studies. New York: Willow Tree Press
  • Farrington, D. P. & Welsh, B. C. (2002) Effects of Improved Street Lighting on Crime. London: Home Office Research Study
  • Farrington, D. P. & Welsh, B. C. (2002) Effects of Improved Street Lighting on Crime. London: Home Office Research Study
  • Felson, M. & Clarke, R. (1999) Opportunity Makes the Thief: Practical Theory for Crime Prevention, England: Home Office
  • Forrester, D., Chatterton, M. & Pease, K., The Kirkholt Burglary Prevention Project: Phase 2. London: Home Office
  • Poyser, S. (2004) "Shopping Centre Design, Decline and Crime". International Journal of Police Science & Management. Vol 7, No. 2. Varhek Publishing.
  • Gill, M. (2003) CCTV. Leicester: Perpetuity Press
  • Groff, E. & La Vigne, N. (2002) "Forecasting the Future of Predictive Crime Mapping", Crime Prevention Studies 13, 29
  • Mair & Mair, (2003) "Violence Prevention and Control Through Environmental Modifications" Annual Review Public Health 24, 209-25
  • Midtveit, E. (2005) "Crime Prevention and Exclusion: from Walls to Opera Music", Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 6, 23-38
  • Newman, O. (1972) Defensible Space. New York: Macmillan
  • Paulsen, D. (2004) "To Map or Not to Map: Assessing the Impact of Crime Maps on Police Officer Perceptions of Crime", International Journal of Police Science and Management, 6/4, 234
  • Ratcliffe, J. (2004) "Crime Mapping and Training Needs of Law Enforcement", European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 10/1, 65
  • Sherman, C. Gartin, P. & Buerger, M. (1989) "Hotspots of Predatory Crime: Routine Activites and the Criminology of Place", Criminology, 27/1, 27
  • Weisburd, D. & McEwen, T. (1997) Crime Mapping, New York: Criminal Justice Press

 

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