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This report aims to clarify the economic benefits and costs of crime prevention. It was compiled for the Danish Crime Prevention Council and TrygFonden by senior adviser Rasmus Højbjerg, Copenhagen Business School. As well as offering benefits on the basic human level, a successful crime prevention initiative can also benefit society. This report seeks to highlight these benefits on the basis of three crime prevention initiatives.
  • Denmark
  • Research
  • 2013
The legal background of the study is a result of, among other things, the passing of the law on the implementation of the EU directives on the harmonisation of the regulations for the supervision of banks and securities markets.
  • Germany
  • Research
  • 2004
The aim is to introduce attendees in a two and a half hour session to the basic principles and techniques used in crime and disorder reduction. Attendees could be tenants' associations, resident's groups, youth groups, neighbourhood watch schemes, open public meetings, sports and social clubs. However everybody who is interested can take part in a session.
  • United Kingdom
  • Research
  • 2004
Nottingham City Centre hit a low point in 2003 when it became impossible for residents to shop without being regularly accosted by sometimes aggressive begging and many streets in the centre had a grubby and dirty appearance. Prostitution was evident around the edges of the City Centre, causing problems for the local residents. The focus was very much on improving the street experience of ordinary people in both the City's Centre and its neighbourhoods.
  • United Kingdom
  • Research
  • 2004
The main objective behind the research was to identify factors which can inflence the emotional and cognitive effects of internet propaganda on young - not radicalized - adults.
  • Germany
  • Research
  • 2013