About the Authors Preface 1. Crime Prevention: Setting Standards Lyndel Bates, David Belsham, and Toby Miles-Johnson 2. Policing, Deterrence and Incapacitation Jacqueline M. Drew 3. Offender Management and Rehabilitation Mary Baker and Nadine McKillop 4. Developmental Interventions Gabriel T.W. Wong and Matthew Manning 5. Community-based Prevention Philip Birch and Tim Prenzler 6. The Evolution of Situational Crime Prevention Tim Prenzler and Eric Wilson 7. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design: Evolution, Theory and Practic Mateja Mihinjac and Danielle Reynald 8. Reducing Property Crime and Fraud: Twelve Case Studies Tim Prenzler 9. Reducing Violence and Disorder: Seven Case Studies Tim Prenzler and Mateja Mihinjac 10. Principles of Security Management Rick Draper, Jessica Ritchie, and Tim Prenzler 11. Best Practice in Physical Security and People Management Rick Draper, Jessica Ritchie, Eric Wilson, and Tim Prenzler 12. The Security Industry and Crime Prevention Tim Prenzler and Rick Sarre
Tim Prenzler is Professor of Criminology and Program Coordinator of the Bachelor of Criminology and Justice at the University of the Sunshine Coast. From 2008 to 2014 he was a Chief Investigator in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, based at Griffith University, where he managed the Integrity Systems Project and worked in the Frontline Policing Project. He was also a foundation member of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith, from 1991.