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National overview on crime prevention

Proceedings of a conference held 4-6 June 1991

Sandra McKillop and Julia Vernon (eds.)
ISBN 0 642 18452 6 ISSN 1034-5086
Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, January 1992

Abstract

The papers presented at this conference provide both international and national crime prevention perspectives on crime prevention from private industry and government. The authors show there are no simple solutions to the prevention of crime but their examples illustrate there is significant potential for the community and all levels of government to work together to effectively reduce crime.

Crime prevention in Transition

Crime prevention : state perspectives

The role of the community in crime prevention

New directions for police in crime prevention

Private industry and crime prevention

Future directions

Workshops : Crime preventions in practice

Local government and crime prevention