crj 305 wk 2 - Readings 1 In order to successfully complete...

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Readings 1. In order to successfully complete this week's assignments, read the following chapters from Policing and Crime Prevention: Chapter Three – “Police versus Private Security: Whom Do We Trust?”(pp. 36-45) (This reading provides a historical overview of private and public security to present day.) Chapter Six – “Creating That Invisible Shield” (Chapter Six discusses crime prevention programs at colleges and universities.) Chapter Seven – “Crime Prevention in Public Housing” (Chapter Seven analyzes the importance of communication among public housing residents.) 2. In order to successfully complete this week's assignments, read the following chapters from Crime Prevention in America : Chapter Four – “Examining the Role of the Police in Reentry Partnership Initiatives” (This chapter discusses police-corrections partnerships in prisoner reentry.) Chapter Seven – “Compstat Process” (This reading provides a discussion about crime control strategies and crime reduction principles.) Chapter Eight – “Crime Mapping and Analysis by Community Organizations in Hartford, Connecticut” (Chapter Eight discusses neighborhood crime prevention programs.) Chapter Eleven – “The Future of Public/Private Partnership” (Chapter Eleven is a review of the benefits of privatized crime prevention.) 3. Read the following articles: Scott, M. S. (2006). Implementing Crime Prevention: Lessons Learned from Problem-oriented Policing Projects . Retrieved from Center for Problem-Oriented Policing Web site. (This article examines five factors that influence the success or failure of a crime prevention program. It is useful for completing Week Two's Discussion Forum.) Woodward, J. D., Jr. (2001, May). Super Bowl Surveillance Facing Up to Biometrics . Retrieved from Objective Analysis, Effective Solutions Web site. (This article explores the use technology in crime prevention. It is useful for completing Week Two's Discussion and Written Assignment.) DNA Initiative. DNA technology advancements . Retrieved from http://www.dna.gov/ solving-crimes/cold-cases/longandshort/technologyadvancements Burns-Howell, T. and Pascoe, T. (2004). CRIME PREVENTION EVALUATION: A REALISTIC FRAMEWORK BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND REALITY.
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