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Report: Urban Safety - Safety for all

Report: Urban Safety - Safety for all

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The inspiration for the Johannesburg conference came in 1996 during the Vancouver conference on crime prevention for practitioners. It was realised that South Africa had an important role to play in the international crime prevention debate, both as an example of successful initiatives, and as a learning opportunity for South Africans to become better informed about developments in crime prevention internationally. The result was the second international conference for crime prevention practitioners, Urban Safety – Safety for All. This publication is a representation of the proceedings. It has been structured around summaries of papers in order to assist practitioners to find specific issues. Thus, the structure is thematic, based on the elements of crime prevention: crime information, the roles of national and local government, the police, communities and partnerships, and monitoring and implementation. The aim of the report is to provide an overview of what is being done in crime prevention and by whom, in the hope that it will generate more discussion and debate to further the development of crime prevention strategies in countries around the world.
The inspiration for the Johannesburg conference came in 1996 during the Vancouver conference on crime prevention for practitioners. It was realised that South Africa had an important role to play in the international crime prevention debate, both as an example of successful initiatives, and as a learning opportunity for South Africans to become better informed about developments in crime prevention internationally. The result was the second international conference for crime prevention practitioners, Urban Safety – Safety for All. This publication is a representation of the proceedings. It has been structured around summaries of papers in order to assist practitioners to find specific issues. Thus, the structure is thematic, based on the elements of crime prevention: crime information, the roles of national and local government, the police, communities and partnerships, and monitoring and implementation. The aim of the report is to provide an overview of what is being done in crime prevention and by whom, in the hope that it will generate more discussion and debate to further the development of crime prevention strategies in countries around the world.

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BACBusiness Against CrimeCBDCentral business districtCJSCriminal justice systemCPFCommunity police forumCPTEDCrime prevention through environmentaldesignEUEuropean UnionHABITATUnited Nations Centre for Human SettlementsICPANInternational Crime Prevention Action NetworkMADAMMulti-agency Delivery Action MechanismNCPSNational Crime Prevention StrategyNGONon-governmental organisationNICRONational Institute for Crime Prevention andRehabilitation of OffendersPAGADPeople Against Gangsterism and DrugsSAPSSouth African Police ServiceTLCTransitional Local CouncilUNUnited Nations
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We gratefully acknowledge the support of our funders and those whogave in-kind support, without whom this conference would not havebeen possible:Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council Institute for Security Studies Minister for Safety and SecurityNational Secretariat for Safety and SecurityEuropean Union Delegation to South AfricaEUConference, Workshops and Cultural Initiatives FundUnited Nations Centre for Human Settlements (Habitat)International Centre for the Prevention of Crime United Nations Urban Management Programme Business Against Crime European Forum on Urban SecurityUnited States National Crime Prevention Council Gauteng Provincial Secretariat for Safety and SecurityCrime Concern (UK)South African Police Service Gauteng Association of Local Authorities Kempton Park Tembisa Metropolitan Local CouncilNational Institute for Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation ofOffenders British High Commission in South AfricaBritish Department for International Development Royal Netherlands EmbassyEmbassy of France in South AfricaOpen Society Foundation
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United States Information Service Eysink, Smeets and EtmanProtea HotelsSanlamSouth African BreweriesWe would like to acknowledge the conference staff who made theconference a success, in particular:Claude Vezina of the International Centre for the Prevention of CrimeFranz Vanderschueren of UN Habitat Mark Shaw, Musa Maphatana, Margaret Roper and Philip Nel of theSouth African Department of Safety and SecurityRory Robertshaw, Nisha Moodley, Hillow Maeko and Beverley Holmesof the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan CouncilBarbara Holtmann and Brent Kearney of Business Against Crime-GautengIan Robertson of the Gauteng Provincial Secretariat for Safety andSecurityHarvey Phalatsi of the GJMC Mayor’s officeJean Lausberg and Ulinda Brits of MCS-AfricaSarah Oppler, Antoinette Louw, Lala Camerer, Sipho Ntuli and LeratoThobejane of the Institute for Security StudiesAcknowledgements2

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