New & Notable
by Dennis Mares
This guide equips analysts to support decision-makers in preventing wildlife crime by applying a problem-oriented approach. It sets out how to make the analytic process work and offers methods to examine a problem from multiple angles to identify a suitable response. The guide provides analysts with techniques to assess whether or not the response worked and communicate findings with purpose.
By William Clune (ed.). Available from Quid Pro Books
- "Herman Goldstein's Impact on Society, Law, Police, and Me," by Michael S. Scott
- "Interview of Herman Goldstein by Bill Clune"
Whose ‘Eyes on the Street’ Control Crime?
By Shannon Linning and John E. Eck. Available from Cambridge University Press’ Elements in Criminology series.
Shannon Linning (Simon Fraser University) and John Eck (University of Cincinnati) challenge the wisdom of relying on the link between neighborhood residents' informal social control and crime. Instead, they suggest that people from outside neighborhoods hold considerable power to alter crime within neighborhoods. This perspective draws from the works of Jane Jacobs focusing on property ownership and place management. The book should be of interest to academics, police, urban planners, and property developers.
New POP Center Publications
Problem-Oriented Policing: Successful Case Studies
By Michael S. Scott and Ronald V. Clarke (eds.) (Routledge, 2020)
This book explores a wide range of problems that fall under five general categories: gang violence; violence against women; vulnerable people; disorderly places; and theft, robbery, and burglary. The case studies tell stories of how police, in collaboration with others, successfully tackled real-world policing problems fairly and effectively.
New POP Guides
- Video Surveillance of Public Places, 2nd Edition
- Retaliatory Violent Disputes
- Understanding and Responding to Crime and Disorder Hot Spots
- Assessing Responses to Problems: Did It Work?, 2nd Edition
- Focused Deterrence of High-Risk Individuals
- Check and Card Fraud, 2nd Edition
New Wilderness Problems Collection
These publications explain how the ideas and principles of problem-oriented policing can be adapted to wildlife protection problems and how your organization can start a problem-oriented project of its own.
The Wilderness Problem-Specific Guides are designed to help law enforcement agencies structure their thinking and analysis about specific wilderness problems by synthesizing the academic literature available on the topic and providing a framework for problem solving at the local level.
- Illegal and Unsustainable Hunting of Wildlife for Bushmeat in Sub-Saharan Africa (No. 2)
- Illegal Commercial Fishing within the Exclusive Economic Zones of Coastal Countries (No. 3)