AP/CRIM3654 3.0 A: The Politics of Crime Prevention

Offered by: CRIM


Fall 2019






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course situates the politics of crime prevention practice and security provision by reference to their underlying philosophies (e.g. rational choice theory, broken windows, etc.) and secondly with regard to specific examples of the practical design and implementation of crime prevention initiatives and security provision. Course credit exclusion: AP/CRIM/SOSC 3654 6.00; AP/CRIM/SOSC 2651 3.00. PRIOR TO FALL 2009: AS/CRIM/SOSC 2651 3.00, AS/SOSC 3654 6.00. Cross-listed: AP/SOSC 3654 3.00

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