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  NCJ Number: NCJ 205825     Find in a Library
  Title: Crime Prevention -- Theory, Practice and Dilemmas: A Book of Conference Abstracts of the Second Slovene Criminological Conference
  Document URL: PDF 
  Editor(s): Gorazd Mesko ; Mitja Mursic
  Corporate Author: Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law, Slovenia

College of Police and Security Studies
  Date Published: 09/2003
  Page Count: 51
  Annotation: This report contains conference abstracts on crime prevention presented at the second, national criminological conference held in Slovenia.
  Abstract: In 2003, in cooperation with the Institute of Criminology, College of Police and Security Studies and the Slovenian Association of Criminal Law and Criminology the second Slovene Criminological Conference was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia and focused on crime prevention within the entire criminal justice system, such as juveniles, police, and corrections, and specifically on theory, practice, and dilemmas of crime prevention. This report contains more than 50 conference abstracts, under more than 10 crime prevention subject areas. These prevention focus areas included: (1) overview of crime prevention; (2) crime analysis; (3) theory of crime prevention; (4) police and crime prevention I; (5) criminal justice and crime prevention; (6) corrections and crime prevention I; (7) prevention of juvenile delinquency; (8) police and crime prevention II; (9) corruption, economic crime, and organized crime; (10) private policing, insurance, and private initiatives in crime prevention; (11) corrections and crime prevention II; and (12) non-governmental organizations in crime prevention.
  Main Term(s): Crime prevention measures
  Index Term(s): Crime specific countermeasures ; Police crime-prevention ; Juvenile Delinquency prevention planning ; Foreign crime prevention ; Europe ; Slovenia
  Sale Source: Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law, Slovenia
Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Type: Conference Material
  Country: Slovenia
  Language: English
  Note: For additional conference abstracts see NCJ-205824.
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