crime prevention

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References resources
Essential Reading:
Sutton, Cherney and White (2014) ‘Chapter 1: Crime Prevention and Community Safety in Australia’ in Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices(2nd Edition). Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, pp 3-11.
Week 2: Theories and Foundations of Crime Prevention
Essential Reading:
Sutton, Cherney and White (2014) ‘Chapter 2: Key Approaches and Frameworks’, in Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices (2nd Edition). Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, pp 12-32.
Week 3: Fear of Crime, Politics and Crime Policy
Essential Reading: Lee, M. (2007) ‘Chapter 6: Governing the fearful and inventing the feared’, in Inventing Fear of Crime: Criminology and the Politics of Anxiety. Devon, Willan Publishing, pp. 133-164.
Week 4: Models of Crime Prevention: Social and Community Crime Prevention
Essential Reading:
Sutton, Cherney and White (2014) ‘Chapter 3: Social Prevention’, in Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices(2nd Edition). Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, pp 33- 51.
Week 5: Models of Crime Prevention: Situational Crime Prevention
Essential Reading:
Clarke, R.V. (1997) ‘Introduction’, in Situational Crime Prevention: Successful Case Studies(2nd Edition). New York, Criminal Justice Press, pp 1-43
Additional Readings:
Eck, J.E., and Guerette, R.T. (2012) ‘ Place-based Crime Prevention: Theory, Evidence and Policy’, in B.C Welsh and D.P Farrington, The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention. Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp 354-383.
Week 6: Models of Crime Prevention: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Essential Reading:
Crowe, T.D. and Fennelly, L.J. (2013) ‘Chapter 3:CPTED Concepts and Strategies’, in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design(3rd Edition). Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann, pp 23-57.
Week 7: Models of Crime Prevention: Preventive and Community Policing
Essential Reading:
Cameron, N. (1990) ‘The Police and Crime Control: Effectiveness, Community Policing, and Legal Change’, Criminal Law Forum, 1(3): 477-512.
Buerger, M.E and Mazzerole, L.G. (1998)‘Third Party Policing: A Thoretical Analaysis of an Emerging Trend’, Justice Quarterly, 15(2): 301-327.
Week 8: Planning and Crime Prevention Partnerships
Essential Readings:
Lee, M., and Herborn, P. (2003) ‘The Role of Place Management in Crime Prevention: Some Reflections on Governmentality and Government Strategies;, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 15 (1):26-38.
Cherney, A. (2004) ‘Crime Prevention/ Community Safety Partnerships in Action: Victorian Experience’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice. 15(3): 237-252.
Week 9: The Crime Prevention Industry
Essential Reading:
Christie, N. (2000)‘Chapter 8: Crime Control as a Product’, in Crime Control as Industry (3rd Edition). Oxon, Routledge, pp 111-142.