Responding to Crime PlacesCRM201/LLB201Policing and Crime PreventionLecture 0316/03/2017Reading:(Required) Chapter 5 from your text book – ”The geometry of crime and crime pattern theory”(Required) Chapter 12 from your text book – “Crime prevention through environmental design”
Today 13 March 2019, Lecture (3) Responding to Crime Places#News, #issues in the media - corruption-and-crime-commission-releases-report-into-alleged-corruption-by-wa-public-servant-ng-b881133059z& from further afield for consideration, w-to-stop-it1)#classroom etiquette – respect the speaker, address the issue - not the person, lets please not try and interrupt/talk over each other, hands up to speak, 2)#online students discussion/study group, #class announcements, opportunities..?essay/report writing, (“The Study Skills Handbook”, Stella Cottrell in additional readings for this unit) entire book is useful – Chapter (11) ‘Writing at University level’ pp.273-307’ (a good start)Geometry of Crime (Ch.5) “…argument for complete randomness of targets and victims is no longer plausible”(Brantingham et al..2017, p.98)Place/Hot SpotsA current example of a place-specific response in AustraliaCrime prevention through environmental design (CPTED)The role of CCTV in managing placesLooking more closely at the issue of displacement2
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Geometry of Crime ‘Place’ “The geometry of crime relates the places in which we spend our time, and the pathways between them, to criminal offending and victimization: crime pattern theory is a meta-theory that integrates the three main theoretical perspectives within environmental criminology” (Brantingham et al, 2017, p.99) 1.Routine activity theory2.Rational choice theory3.Geometry of crime“The structure of cities to understand crime patterns – “the structure of