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National Crime Council. (2002) Tackling the underlying causes of crime: a partnership approach: a consultation paper. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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In this paper the National Crime Council presents a summary of their consultations and research in the area of crime prevention and sets out provisional recommendations to the Government, with particular emphasis on the underlying causes of crime and the development of partnerships and practical approaches that will be effective at community level.

The focus of the Paper is on certain types of crimes and anti-social behaviour. The community hearings highlighted the crimes that are most frequent and damaging at a local level, including drug offences, assault, burglary and larceny. These are the crimes which this paper deals with and which the proposed partnership approach to crime prevention seeks to tackle. Other types of crime, specifically white collar crime and organised crime, are outside the remit of this paper.


Date:2002
Call No:MM2, VH4.2
Pages:vi, 11
Publisher:Stationery Office
Corporate Creators:National Crime Council
Place of Publication:Dublin
ISBN:0-7557-1276-5
Keywords:crime, crime prevention, crime prevention, criminal justice system, criminality, early intervention (young children), family support, Ireland, juvenile delinquency, Local Drugs Task Force
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Accession Number:HRB 1315 (Available)
Subjects:L Social psychology and related concepts > Inclusion and exclusion
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime prevention
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family structure > Family support
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime > Drugs and alcohol related crime
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Prevention approach > Early intervention (young children)
MA-ML Social science, culture and community > Community action > Community involvement

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