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Crime Prevention Presentations
VOLUME 1 and VOLUME 2 • SEPTEMBER 2006

INSTRUCTIONS
Each item in the Table of Contents is linked to a PowerPoint Presentation. When in Slide Show mode only, clicking on the lower right corner of each slide returns you to the Table of Contents.

NEXT PREV NEXT Table of Contents VO LU M E O N E Crime and Prevention Trends 2006 Crime Prevention and Community Preparedness Identity Theft and Strategies for Crime Prevention Improving Police–Community Relations through Community Policing Neighborhood Watch (Part 1) Neighborhood Watch (Part 2) Seniors and Crime Prevention VOLUME TWO Bullying: What’s New and What To Do Identifying and Addressing a Gang Problem How To Partner Effectively With Faith-based Organizations Crime Prevention History and Theory Keeping the Elderly Safe in the 21st Century Methamphetamine Abuse and Clandestine Laboratories School Safety and Security Smart and Safe in Cyberspace: Social Networking 101 INSTRUCTIONS Teaching Kids To Help Design Out Crime .

S. 2. handouts. Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs. and anecdotes to share with others on www. presenters can include local or more recent information in the form of handouts or can delete or add slides to fit the length of their presentation. U. VOLUME ONE Crime and Prevention Trends 2006 Crime Prevention and Community Preparedness Identity Theft and Strategies for Crime Prevention Improving Police–Community Relations through Community Policing Neighborhood Watch (Part 1 and Part 2) Seniors and Crime Prevention VOLUME TWO Bullying: What’s New and What To Do Identifying and Addressing a Gang Problem How To Partner Effectively With Faith-based Organizations Crime Prevention History and Theory Keeping the Elderly Safe in the 21st Century Methamphetamine Abuse and Clandestine Laboratories School Safety and Security Smart and Safe in Cyberspace: Social Networking 101 Teaching Kids To Help Design Out Crime Guidelines These PowerPoint presentations are intended for use by crime prevention practitioners who bring their experience and expertise to each topic. The presentations are not meant to be modified. We also invite you to send in your own trainer notes.ncpc. go to the “Print What” box and select “Handouts” from the pull down menu. Presenters are expected to interact with the audience and not just lecture. increase awareness. Presenters must discern whether their audiences require a more basic or advanced level of information. Printing Handouts Presenters are encouraged to print and distribute copies of the slide presentations. The steps for printing handouts are as follows: 1. 3. Feedback and Evaluation NCPC welcomes your input and would like your assistance in tracking the use of these topical presentations. The presentations are not intended for public use or by individuals with no training or expertise in crime prevention.org. On the bottom third of the print screen. We encourage you to visit www. and teach prevention strategies. however. Each topic can be covered in approximately 60 to 90 minutes. Each presentation is intended to educate.org to find additional information on these topics.ncpc.org with information about when and how the presentations were used. . Go to the “Handouts” box and select “Slides Per Page” and select “3. we will also place you in a database to receive updates of the PowerPoint presentations and additional training information.NEXT PREV NEXT Instructions for Use of PowerPoint Presentations The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) has prepared this CD ROM for your use at the direction and through the support of the Bureau of Justice Assistance. pictures. Print handouts by selecting the “Print” option on the “File” menu. Please email NCPC at trainings@ncpc. It presents two volumes for a total of 15 topics in a PowerPoint format.” This format will provide three slides per page as well as an area for participants to take notes. The following guidelines also apply: In most cases. If you like. presenters are provided trainer notes but are also encouraged to prepare notes or a script tailored to the needs of each audience.

NCPC offers training. DC 20036-5325 202-466-6272 www. NW. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Office of Justice Programs. federal. nonprofit tax-exempt [501(c)(3)] organization whose primary mission is to be the nation’s leader in helping people keep themselves. their families. and the Office for Victims of Crime. Thirteenth Floor Washington.S. technical assistance. and entire jurisdictions and takes a major leadership role in youth crime prevention and youth service. and help anchor prevention policy into laws and budgets. Opinions are those of NCPC or cited sources and do not necessarily reflect U. Printed in the United States of America September 2006 National Crime Prevention Council 1000 Connecticut Avenue. This publication was made possible through Cooperative Funding Agreement No. NCPC is funded through a variety of government agencies. Office of Justice Programs.org ISBN 1-59686-024-3 . NCPC manages the McGruff® “Take A Bite Out Of Crime®” public service advertising campaign. Copyright © 2006 National Crime Prevention Council All rights reserved. the National Institute of Justice. which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Department of Justice policy or positions. state. posters. kits of cameraready program materials. and informational and policy reports on a variety of crime prevention and community-building subjects. and donations from private individuals.NEXT PREV The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) is a private. describe prevention practices for community building. and local organizations committed to preventing crime. U.S. 2002-DD-BX-K004 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance. more than 360 national. the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. It hosts a number of websites that offer prevention tips to individuals. corporate and private foundations. Department of Justice. and a national focus for crime prevention: it acts as secretariat for the Crime Prevention Coalition of America.ncpc. neighborhoods. NCPC publishes books. It operates demonstration programs in schools. and their communities safe from crime.