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Crime PreventionAuthors: David Mackey, Kristine Levan
Written by a collection of scholarly experts, Crime Prevention presents significant issues related to contemporary crime prevention efforts. Interdisciplinary in its approach, the text is written for courses within a criminal justice or sociology curriculum. Co-Editor and author, David Mackey begins by emphasizing the importance of crime prevention as it relates to financial and social costs and introduces students to the theoretical models of crime prevention. The subsequent order of the chapters parallels the medical model of crime prevention moving from primary crime prevention, secondary crime prevention, and tertiary crime prevention efforts. Traditional areas of crime prevention are reflected in the chapters on family/schools, guns, policing, sentencing, and correctional programs, and additional chapters cover emerging areas now considered critical to crime prevention, such as technology, surveillance, and specific efforts to protect more vulnerable populations.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction to Crime Prevention
Chapter 2 Primary Interventions: Crime Prevention in the Family and Schools
Chapter 3 Policing and Crime Prevention
Chapter 4 Guns and Crime: Crime Facilitation versus Crime Prevention
Chapter 5 Problem-Oriented Policing and Open-Air Drug Markets: Examining the Rockford Pulling Levers Deterrence Strategy
Chapter 6 Preventing Terrorism
Chapter 7 Technology & Crime Prevention
Chapter 8 Spatial Analysis of Property Crimes, Foreclosure and Other Socio-Economic Variables: An Examination of Garfield Heights, Ohio
Chapter 9 Employing surveillance in situational crime prevention
Chapter 10 The “X-Rated X-Ray”: Reconciling Fairness, Privacy, and Security*
Chapter 11 Sentencing Philosophies and Intermediate Sanctions
Chapter 12 Promising Programs for Delinquency Prevention and the Rehabilitation of Juvenile Offenders
Chapter 13 Adult Offender recidivism reduction programs
Chapter 14 Prevention of Sex Offenses and Sex Offenders
Chapter 15 Preventing White Collar Crime
Chapter 16 Preventing Crimes Against Special Populations
Chapter 17 Introduction to Comparative Issues of Crime Prevention
Chapter 18 Life on the Atoll: Singapore Ecology as a Neglected Dimension of Social Order
Chapter 19 Lessons learned about Low Crime Rates in Japan: Field notes from interviews with Japanese police officers
Chapter 20 Nash in Najaf: Game Theory and Its Applicability to the Iraqi Conflict