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Crime Reduction Toolkits

Repeat Victimisation

Crime - Let's bring it down
 
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Toolkits Homepage
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Toolkits Content
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Introduction
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What do we know
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Local Solutions
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Tackling The Problem
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Making It Happen
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Resources
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Innovation
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Practical Tools
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Contact Points
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Toolkit Index

Introduction

What is Repeat Victimisation?
Objectives of the Repeat Victimisation Toolkit

What do we know about repeat victimisation?

Facts & Figures
Defining Repeat Victimisation
The Repeat Victimisation Pattern
Types of Incident Where Repeat Victimisation Occurs
Nature & Extent of Repeat Victimisation
Why Repeat Victimisation has been hidden
The Impact on Victims

Risk Factors
Why does Repeat victimisation occur?
Repeat Victims
Repeat Offenders

National Context
Best Value
Home Secretary's Ministerial Priorities for 2001/2002
Review of the Victim's Charter
Criminal Justice - The Way Forward
The Crime & Disorder Act 1998 - Reparation Orders

Developing Local Solutions For Local Problems

Assessing the Local Situation
Overview
Identifying Repeat Victimisation
Defining a victim
Timescale
Sources of information
Analysing the Data

Drawing up a Local Strategy
Overview
Agreeing Priorities
Generating Ideas
Appraising Options
Developing a Balanced Programme

Tackling Repeat Victimisation

Evaluated Options: The Graded Response Model
Who Can Help?

Making it happen

Planning for Action
Setting Local Targets
Issues of Implementation
Tracking Progress and Achievement

Resources

Innovation

Practical Tools
Includes a worked example to demonstrate how to calculate repeat victimisation

Contact Points

Useful Publications

 

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