Case studies using 5Is

1.    Original EU Crime Prevention Network good practice project descriptions (2002-2004)

All in European Crime Prevention Network Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, 2002 ‘Exchange of good practice in crime prevention between practitioners in the Member States, Volume 2.’

Youth inclusion programme South Tyneside UK p68

Safer Cities – diverse crimes Denmark p82

Mobile phone theft national initiatives UK p180

Domestic burglary – Stirchley, Birmingham UK p130

Worked example of Stirchley from EUCPN Good Practice Conference Aalborg Vol 1 here

Alternative Home Office version here

2.    Further UK domestic burglary examples from Burglary Reduction Initiative, National Crime Reduction Programme (2004)

Overview page

Individual domestic burglary projects:

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Bacup

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Fordbridge

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Ladybarn

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Rochdale

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Rusholme

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary, Stirchley

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Stockport

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Stockton

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary Stoneferry

Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary, Yewtree

3.    Case studies (2005) on CCTV from evaluation of Home Office CCTV Initiative, National Crime Reduction Programme

Northern Estate Case Study

Hawkeye Case Study

South City Case Study

4.    Other Home Office 5Is case studies (2003-5)

Gateshead Metro Centre car crime

Luton car crime

Leicester mentoring of young minority ethnic people

Slough Trading Estate general crime/ CCTV

Eastleigh Antisocial behaviour/ drinking (Project Moonshine)

Overview

Power Point Presentation

Full project description 

Probably the best of the 5Is descriptions, featured a lot in the book.

 5.    Other 5Is case studies and usage, from diverse sources

Chapters 18 and 20 of the (2005) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety (ed. Nick Tilley; Willan Publishing), respectively covering Business & Crime, and Drugs & Alcohol

Adamson, S. (2004) Youth Crime – A Case Study of Intensive Supervision in a Neighbourhood Context. New Deal for Communities: The National Evaluation. Research Report 42. University of Hull: Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice.

5Is used to organise repressive and positive responses to graffiti in the EU Graffolution project completed 2016

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