The present paper aims to provide a brief overview of what we have learned recently about youths and their involvement in urban crime, and the experience gained from many countries on crime prevention; it looks at the principles that should guide our relations with young people with a view to preventing urban crime; and provides some examples of effective and promising strategies and practices from around the world.
This review of experience focusing on methods established in nine cities, provinces or countries as from a questioning which is almost universal: how to measure the activities of police departments to meet the diverse needs of citizens, leaders and police themselves. Among these activities, it appears that the measurement of prevention is more complex to perform. The police are confronted by the difficulty of defining indicators of facts that have not occurred and measurement tools for the prevention of many different classical statistical tools.
7th Annual Colloquium of CPIC in Oslo (Norway)
The report was prepared for the 7th Annual Colloquium of CPIC in Oslo, Norway, November 8th and 9th 2007. It examines key developments, issues and practices of the police role in crime prevention
This report presents an analysis of safety and prevention in Quebec following the work initiated by the ICPC on behalf of the Government of Quebec for the implementation of an observatory for the prevention and safety in Quebec’s environment.
The complete report is only available in french, a synthesis is available in english.
15th UN Commission on Crime Prevention & Criminal Justice
This workshop has been developed by the Programme Network Institutes (PNI)
affiliated with the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme and addresses one f the main themes of the 15th Session of the Commission: how to maximize the effectiveness of technical assistance in the area of crime prevention and criminal justice.
Compendium of practices
In particular, following from ICPC’s previous work on private sector involvement in prevention, this collection highlights the roles of the private sector in a range of initiatives to enhance safety in ‘housing communities’. These include good design and planning of housing, housing management, prevention, and intervention programmes helping to strengthen the protective factors of at –risk youth.