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In an easy 25 steps, this manual shows security professionals how to select and implement appropriate countermeasures to reduce the opportunities for the everyday crimes that are the most common threats to assets and targets that security professionals must protect. Drawing on problem-oriented policing and situational crime prevention the manual is essential reading for security professionals, facility managers, risk managers, property managers, and as well for both public and private police who are concerned with everyday crime problems in business settings.
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This guide helps police understand what fear of crime is, why it matters, and why it should be an important target of police attention. The Guide provides a number of tools and techniques that should enable any police department to successfully add fear reduction to its operational strategy and organizational bottom line.
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Scientific study points the way to preventing mistakes resulting from eyewitness testimony.
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The core readings of problem oriented policing, many online and available for download from POP Center.
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Crime Prevention Studies is published annually by Criminal Justice Press. Volumes 1-18 are available in full text. Selected chapters are also provided for other volumes. Abstracts of the entire series beginning in 1993 to the present are available.
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