Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework by P. EkblomCrime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework by P. Ekblom

Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is Framework

byP. Ekblom

Hardcover | November 17, 2010

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The potential of crime prevention, security and community safety is constrained by implementation failure. This book presents a carefully-designed system of good practice, the 5Is, which handles the complexities of real world prevention, this aims to improve the performance of prevention, and advance process evaluation.
PAUL EKBLOM is a Professor at the Design Against Crime Research Centre, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, UK. He combines work on design with practical frameworks for general prevention.
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Title:Crime Prevention, Security and Community Safety Using the 5Is FrameworkFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pagesPublished:November 17, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230210368

ISBN - 13:9780230210363

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Table of Contents

Series Editor's Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Implementation Failure: The Dismal Story
Implicated Ignorance and Culpable Confusion: The Contribution to Implementation Failure of Deficient Knowledge and Articulacy
The Gift to be Simple? How Avoiding the Issue of Complexity Contributes to Implementation Failure
Appropriate Complexity
Specification for a Knowledge Framework
Introducing the 5Is Framework
Conceptual Companions to 5Is: Defining Crime Prevention Activities, Institutional Contexts and Values
A Companion Framework for Causes of Crime and Preventive Interventions: The Conjunction of Criminal Opportunity
Presenting the Is in Detail
Intelligence
Intervention
Implementation
Involvement
Impact – and Process Evaluation
Conclusion
End notes
References
Index