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Crime Prevention in Australia

Crime Prevention in Australia

Issues in policy and research

Edited by Pat O'Malley and Adam Sutton

CONTENTS

The strengths of this book, in addition to the broad and varied expertise of the contributors, are:

  • the way in which it brings together theory, research and policy
  • its presentation of the issues in the context of local and 'relevant' Australian developments while grounding the discussion in international trends and background.

CONTENTS

Introduction
Crime Prevention: Policy Dilemmas: A Personal Account
Adam Sutton
Crime Prevention and Public Housing: The Dynamics of Control
Stephen James
Crime Prevention and Police
Rick Sarre
Women and Crime Prevention
Sandra Egger
Empowerment, Prevention and Privatisation: Issues in Aboriginal Crime Prevention
Kayleen M Hazlehurst
Crime Prevention and White-Collar Crime: Some Lessons for Regulatory Theory
Fiona Haines and Adam Sutton
The Business of Youth Crime Prevention
Rob White
A Community and Youth Development Approach to Youth Crime Prevention
Ken Polk
Policies, Politics, Practices: Crime Prevention in South Australia
Mike Presdee and Reece Walters
Preventing Alcohol-Related Injuries
Ross Homel
Law Enforcement and the Prevention of Drug-Related Harm
Mark Brown, Stephen James and Adam Sutton
The Politics of Crime Prevention
Pat O'Malley

Index
   

Published February 1997
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/304pp
ISBN 9781862872301
Australian RRP $38.50
International Price $35.75
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