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Evaluation for Crime Prevention

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ISBN13: 9781881798361
ISBN: 1881798364
Published: June 2002
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Paperback
Price: £26.95

Evaluation in crime prevention is universally regarded as essential, but many problems have been encountered in ensuring that this is carried out effectively - both in relation to specific initiatives as well as the forms of partnerships that are now being widely promoted.;This book is concerned primarily with the design and conduct of evaluations that are intended to help improve crime prevention policy and practice - through providing feedback that will generate corrections and refinements in crime, prevention theory, policy and practice. ""Evaluation for Crime Prevention"" makes a highly significant contribution to this process, drawing on lessons learned in a variety of international contexts.

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1. Introduction - evaluation for crime prevention theory (Nick Tilley); 2 Anticipated consequences: developing a strategy for the targeted management of displacement and diffusion of benefits (Niall Hamilton-Smith); 3 Cost-benefit analysis and crime prevention and crime prevention (John Roman and Graham Farrell); 4 Learning from experience in problem-oriented policing and situation prevention: the positive functions of weak evaluations and the negative functions of strong ones (John E. Eck); 5 Choosing an evaluation model for community crime prevention programmes (Brian English, Rick Cummings and Ralph G. Straton); 6 Evaluating multi-agency crime prevention partnerships: theory, design and measurement issues (Dennis P. Rosenbaum)