Jim Hilborn is the founder of the Baltic Crime Prevention Practitioners Association. He is based in Tallinn, Estonia, where he promotes evidence-based policy and practice in the Baltic Region. His recent projects include Harm Minimization in the Night-Time Economy: Reduction of the Opportunity for Alcohol Related Harm (2006) for the Cheltenham CADA Partnership in the United Kingdom, and a review of crime prevention approaches for the Estonian Ministry of Justice (2007). He is co-author with Dr. Robert Ross of Rehabilitating Rehabilitation: Neurocriminology for Treatment of Antisocial Behaviour (2008). He is now working on an integration of situational prevention with the healthy prison model. He is also preparing an alcohol treatment manual for the Estonian Ministry of Justice. He has a master’s of environmental studies from the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Canada.