This title was first published in 2000: The papers in this volume are concerned with the prevention of crime. Like other books in the International Library, the text is intended primarily for reference by those who need to reflect upon what criminology has had to say about important, contemporary concerns of criminal policy. The papers present a kind of history of ideas which together trace the emergence of some key components of contemporary thinking about reducing crime.
Introduction - paradigms and politics. Part 1 Frameworks: a conceptual model of crime prevention, P.J. Brantingham and L. Faust; preventing crime - what works, what doesn't, what's promising, L.W. Sherman et al. Part 2 Paradigms: the Chicago Area Project - a 25-year assessment, S. Kobrin; from delinquency treatment to community development, A.J. Kahn; crime and the criminologies, J.Q. Wilson. Part 3 Activating the community: community crime prevention - an analysis of a developing strategy, D.A. Lewis and G. Salem; broken windows - the police and neighbourhood safety, J.Q. Wilson and G. Kelling; two visions of community crime prevention, E. Currie; neighbourhoods and violent crime - a multi-level study of collective efficacy, R.J. Sampson et al. Part 4 Opportunities and risks: social change and crime rate trends - a routine activities approach, L.E. Cohen and M. Felson; situational crime prevention - theory and practice, R.V.G. Clarke; revictimization - reducing the heat on hot victims, K. Pease and G. Laycock. Part 5 Preventing criminality: early developmental prevention of juvenile delinquency, D.P. Farrington; what works in preventing criminality, J. Graham. Part 6 Political programmes: crime, localities and the multi-agency approach, A. Sampson, H. Blagg et al; social crime prevention a la Thatcher, M. King; crime prevention and the safer cities story, N. Tilley; the "dream" of multi-agency crime prevention - pitfalls in policy and practice, R. Walters; community safety and the quest for security - holding back the dynamics of social exclusion. Part 7 Politics of community - politics of risk: the limits of the sovereign state - strtegies of crime control in contemporary society, D. Garland; the future of policing, D.H. Bayley and C.D. Shearing; the local politics of inclusion - the state and community safety, J. Pitts and T. Hope; communitarianism and law and order, G. Hughes.