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NCJ Number: 136767 Find in a Library
Title: Cooperation Between the School System and the Police Force: The Second International ICRA-Workshop for International Practitioners, Esbjerg, Denmark, February 18-21, 1991
Corporate Author: International Assoc for Comparative Studies in Policing, Crime Control and Social Order
Denmark
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 189
Sponsoring Agency: International Assoc for Comparative Studies in Policing, Crime Control and Social Order
Esbjerger, Denmark
Rigspolitichefen
1588 Kobenhavn V, Denmark
Sale Source: Rigspolitichefen
Polititorvet 14
1588 Kobenhavn V,
Denmark
Type: Conference Material
Language: English
Country: Denmark
Annotation: This volume presents the proceedings of a 1991 workshop that brought together teachers, police, and other practitioners from Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom to discuss ways in which the police and the school systems are cooperating and can address topics such as school security, safety, drug abuse, and issues related to minorities.
Abstract: Individual presentations focused on the prevention of juvenile delinquency, vandalism, and drug abuse; methods of integrating at-risk youth into society; and school crime prevention. Other sessions presented examples of cooperation among the police, the schools, and other agencies and discussed research-based evaluation based on the principles of action research. The workshops emphasized the need for participation in crime prevention efforts by parents, the public, students, police, and school personnel. Figures, tables, photograph, and appended background information and list of participants are included.
Main Term(s): Police school relations; School delinquency programs
Index Term(s): Foreign crime prevention; Foreign juvenile delinquency; Juvenile delinquency prevention; School security; Western Europe
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