Convincing governments to invest in prevention - reducing crime, protecting rights
The book was the basis for the work of the Institute for the Prevention of Crime to convince Alberta to develop a strategic plan and invest an additional $500 million in crime reduction through a balance between enforcement, intervention and prevention. In a joint project with 14 Canadian cities, IPC has produced action briefs for municipal stakeholders to reduce crime by developing urban action plans and leveraging funding from other orders of government. Our mantra is a $1 for social prevention where we need it for every $1 for more enforcement.
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