40% Face-to-face, 60% Distance learning
CANVAS-material AND - Ronald V. Clarke & John Eck (2003). Become a Problem Solving Crime Analyst in 55 Small Steps. Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science & University College London: New York, NY & London, UK. Available online at: https://popcenter.asu.edu/sites/default/files/library/reading/PDFs/55stepsUK.pdf - Marcus Felson & Ronald V. Clarke (1998). Opportunity Makes the Thief - Practical theory for crime prevention. Home Office. Policing and Reducing Crime Unit. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate Available online at: https://popcenter.asu.edu/sites/default/files/opportunity_makes_the_thief.pdf + Four selected articles of Crime Prevention and Community Safety -journal (Available online from Laurea library database): 1) Chernoff, William A. 2020. Property of fayard hall: A pilot study on situational theft prevention on the university campus. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 22, (1) (03): 33-48. 2) Deryol, Rustu, and Troy C. Payne. 2018. A method of identifying dark-time crime locations for street lighting purposes. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 20, (1) (02): 47-62. 3) Douglas, Stephen, and Brandon C. Welsh. 2020. Place managers for crime prevention: The theoretical and empirical status of a neglected situational crime prevention technique. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 22, (2) (06): 99-109. 4) Tilley, Nick, and Gloria Laycock. 2018. Developing a knowledge base for crime prevention: Lessons learned from the British experience. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 20, (4) (11): 228-242.
This study unit is a melange of academic lectures and practitioners point-of-views together with a assignments on crime prevention, not forgetting an online exam in which learnings of selected literature (and notes from the lectures) will be assessed.
The studies contains classroom teaching, online teaching, as well as independent work.
The stress is on theories of criminology and how to apply them in real world crime prevention.
01.05.2023 - 31.08.2023
03.04.2023 - 09.04.2023
20 - 60
Laurea Leppävaara, service
Turvallisuuden ja riskienhallinnan koulutus (HTA2), Laurea Leppävaara (Finnish)
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