Crime Prevention Partners

Evidence-based Practices

Youth Gangs
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Two short power point presentations developed by the Surrey Wrap Project which exam no-traditional risk factors as well as the RAT risk assessment tool for assessing risk and protection.

Youth Gangs
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A short powerpoint presentation by the Victim Services and Crime Prevention Branch of the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General discussing provincial youth gang prevention strategies  they have been involved in throughout  BC.    

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Schools and Parents

A new cross-Canada report that shows a consistant pattern in the use of alcohol and drugs by high school students no matter what part of Canada they live in.

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Schools and Parents
Police

 

A booklet developed by the Halifax Regional Police and the Department of Justice for youth and educators on the negative impacts of gangs.

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Shared Hope International aligned with the U.S. Department of Justice-funded human traffi cking task forces to assess domestic minor sex traffi cking and the access to victim services.

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The purpose of this thesis is  to critically review the academic literature examining restorative justice evaluation; and to evaluate 160 participant feedback surveys from an RJ program, North Shore Restorative Justice Society.

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Examines how to implement a restorative justice-based community program using as a case study, Thunderbird Restorative Justice (TRJ)

Evidence-based Practices

This website provides links to various publications developed and disseminated by National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC).

Evidence-based Practices

This article describes some of what we know about the cause of crime and delinquency, links these findings with crime reduction strategies, and looks at some of the evidence concerning the effectiveness of these crime prevention programs.

Evidence-based Practices

The resource tool is comprised of a collection of information that was gathered from 23 programs across the Province of British Columbia.

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