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Mulcahy, Jane (2020) Safety in numbers: an evaluation of Community Crime Impact Assessment (CCIA) pilot projects. Dublin: Citywide.

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The pilot programme for the Community Crime Impact Assessment (CCIA) is an initiative under Action 4.1.40 of the National Drug Strategy 2017-2025. Action 4.1.40, led by the Community and Voluntary Sector, aims to “measure the impact of drug related crime and wider public nuisance issues on communities” by developing and piloting “a Community Impact Assessment Tool in order to measure the impact of drug-related crime and wider public nuisance issues on communities”. Community Crime Impact Assessments (CCIAs) are a community-led mechanism for identifying the impact of issues relating to antisocial behaviour and criminal activity in a particular area, informing a collaborative problem-solving approach to tackle such issues, and monitoring the effectiveness of the response through repeat assessments over time.


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