Crime prevention and community safety: new directions

Machine generated contents note: Part I Conceptual issues -- Crime prevention in Britain, 1975-2010: breaking out, breaking in and breaking down -- Nick Tiley -- The road taken: evaluation, replication and crime reduction -- Tim Hope -- Gendering crime prevention: exploring the tensions between poli...

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Contributors: Hughes, Gordon (Other); McLaughlin, Eugene (Other); Muncie, John (Other); The Open University (Other)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London [u.a.] SAGE Publ. [u.a.] 2002
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Summary:Machine generated contents note: Part I Conceptual issues -- Crime prevention in Britain, 1975-2010: breaking out, breaking in and breaking down -- Nick Tiley -- The road taken: evaluation, replication and crime reduction -- Tim Hope -- Gendering crime prevention: exploring the tensions between policy and process -- Sandra Walklate -- The crisis of the social and the political materialization of community safety -- Eugene McLaughlin --Part II Policies, practices and politics in the contemporary United Kingdom -- Community safety and policing: some implications of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 -- Tim Newburn -- Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships: the future of community safety? -- Gordon Hughes -- A new deal for youth? Early intervention and correctionalism -- John Muncie -- From voluntary to statutory status: reflecting on the experience of three partnerships established under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 -- Coretta Phillips -- Conflict, crime control and the 're-'construction of state-community relations in Northern Ireland -- Kieran McEvoy, Brian Gormally and Harry Mika --Part III Comparative trends and futures -- The growth of crime prevention in France as contrasted with the English experience: some thoughts on the politics of insecurity -- Adam Crawford -- The managerialization of crime prevention and community safety: the New Zealand experience -- Trevor Bradley and Reece Waiters -- Towards a replacement discourse on community safety: lessons from the Netherlands -- Rene an Swaaningen -- Drugs, risks and freedoms: illicit drug 'use' and 'misuse' under neo-liberal governance -- Pat O'Malley -- Boundary harms: from community protection to a politics of value: the case of the Jewish eruv -- Davina Cooper -- Teetering on the edge: the futures of crime control and community safety -- Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin -- and John Muncie
Item Description:Published in association with the Open University. - Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:XII, 354 S. 24 cm
ISBN:0761974083
0761974091