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Home ownership: an investment in crime prevention?
Australia is one of the safest countries in the world. Australians can go about their daily lives with little chance of their becoming the target of a criminal attack. But it does happen - and the prospect that it might ...
Crime and community safety
Responsibility for putting into place the necessary means to prevent crime is usually beyond the scope of any one agency or sector, and least of all, the criminal justice system. Successful crime prevention requires a ...
Crime prevention: what the evidence reveals
Crime follows opportunity. It may be prevented by instilling respect for the law, regulating behaviour, and protecting people and property with security measures. There are three levels of prevention: stop the problem ...
The City of Gosnells Safe City Urban Design Strategy (2001) is based around the premise of "designing out crime". Key principles behind the strategy include to maximise visibility and surveillance, ...
Crime mapping: adding value to crime prevention and control
Australia is one of the safest countries in the world. Australians can go about their daily lives with little chance of their becoming the target of a criminal attack, however the prospect that it might happen worries a ...
Changing crime and changing responses
This paper outlines the changing crime rates in Australia over the past decade. Crime is reduced by reducing the supply of motivated offenders and by making crime harder to commit. A crime prevention strategic framework ...