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Tables of Contents for The Prevention of Crime
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Foreword
ix
4
Preface
xiii
 
PART I THE PROBLEM OF CRIME CONTROL AND PREVENTION
1
16
1 A Thirty-Year War on Crime: Finding a Place for "Crime Prevention"
3
14
Cost of Crime
4
1
Government Responses to Crime
5
1
Community Responses to Crime
6
2
Conceptualizing Community and Situational Crime Prevention
8
2
Content of the Book
10
7
PART II COMMUNITY AWARENESS, MOBILIZATION, AND PARTICIPATION
17
62
2 Citizen Participation in Crime Prevention: Who and Why?
19
16
History and Foundations of Community Crime Prevention Programs
20
1
Level and Nature of Individual Participation in CCPPs
21
1
Correlates of Participation in CCPPs
22
5
Informal Interventions to Stop Crime
27
8
3 Organizing and Empowering the Community: Collective Surveillance Programs
35
24
Theoretical Foundations
36
4
Collective Action and Community Organizations
40
2
Neighborhood Watch
42
5
Citizen Patrols
47
4
Summary and Conclusion
51
8
4 Crime Prevention Through the Mass Media
59
20
Media Research
60
1
Public Information Campaigns: "McGruff"
61
3
Public Information Campaigns in General
64
1
Anticrime Media Shows: Crime Stoppers
65
7
Anticrime Newsletters
72
2
Conclusions
74
5
PART III FIGHTING BACK: PROTECTING ONESELF AND ONE'S NEIGHBORHOOD
79
44
5 Personal Defense: Protecting Oneself from Victimization
81
24
Risk-Avoidance Behaviors
82
3
Risk-Management Behaviors
85
12
Conclusions
97
8
6 Neighborhood Defense: Community Antidrug Initiatives
105
18
Methods Used by Community Antidrug Initiatives
106
2
Varieties of Community Antidrug Initiatives
108
1
From Indigenous Initiatives to "Seeded" Programs
109
2
Effectiveness of Community Antidrug Initiatives
111
5
Words of Caution
116
7
PART IV REDUCING CRIMINAL OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS
123
48
7 Crime Prevention and the Built Environment
125
28
Theoretical Foundations
126
6
The Nature and Effects of Environmental Strategies
132
1
Target Hardening
132
4
Access Control
136
3
Surveillance Enhancement
139
2
Community-Building Measures
141
3
CPTED Projects
144
3
Summary and Conclusions
147
6
8 Situational Crime Prevention
153
18
The Roots and Context of Situational Crime Prevention
155
1
Situational Crime Prevention Strategies
156
2
Applications of Situational Crime Prevention
158
4
Is Situational Crime Prevention Ethical?
162
4
Conclusions
166
5
PART V RESOURCE MOBILIZATION, PARTNERSHIPS, AND SOCIAL PREVENTION
171
60
9 Community Policing and the Co-Production of Safety
173
28
Community Policing
175
2
The Role of Community
177
10
Successful Community Policing Models
187
3
Current Trends and Issues in Community Policing
190
11
10 Strengthening Community Through Youth and Family Initiatives: The Social Prevention Model
201
30
Theoretical and Empirical Rationale
202
1
Family Support Services
203
7
Community-Based Programs
210
6
Comprehensive Partnerships
216
5
Employment and Training
221
2
Conclusions
223
8
PART VI CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
231
14
11 Some Concluding Thoughts on Crime Prevention
233
12
Individual Self-Protective Behaviors
234
1
Community Mobilization and Collective Action
235
1
Burdening a Dysfunctional System
236
2
Situational and Environmental Crime Prevention
238
1
Social Crime Prevention Initiatives
239
1
Macrolevel Forces
240
5
Author Index
245
7
Subject Index
252