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The prevention of youth crime through local cooperation with the involvement of the police: a pilot study

The pilot study aims to identify EU good practices regarding local cooperation, with the involvement of the police to prevent youth crime. The purpose of the study is to know what kind of local cooperation involving the police exists in the EU Member States to prevent youth crime and which of these...

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Main Author: Vanhauwaert, Rosita
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
Published: Brussels EUCPN Secretariat 2012
In:Thematic paper
Edition:June 2012
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Summary:The pilot study aims to identify EU good practices regarding local cooperation, with the involvement of the police to prevent youth crime. The purpose of the study is to know what kind of local cooperation involving the police exists in the EU Member States to prevent youth crime and which of these are effective in preventing youth crime (i.e. what works). The projects that were identified are divided according to the risk factor prevention paradigm (individual/peer, school, family and community). The pilot study concludes that despite the abundance of local cooperation forms, it is almost impossible to know which types of local cooperation are effective, due to a lack of solid monitoring and evaluating of inter-agency work in crime prevention.
Physical Description:1 Online-Ressource (40 Seiten)