Crime Prevention Research Working Group
The National Institute of Justice has established an interdisciplinary working group to discuss and identify research issues,
questions and gaps to be addressed in the field of crime prevention research. Working group members representing both researcher
and practitioner communities.
Each participant should be considered an expert in the area of crime prevention, either from an academic or practitioner perspective.
The juxtaposition of research and practitioner offered an opportunity to address issues from two different but related perspectives.
Two meetings of the working group have been held. Review summaries, presentations and papers related to those meetings:
- 2011 Meeting — Research Issues, Questions and Gaps
- 2006 Meeting — Situational Crime Prevention Research Planning Meeting
Date Created: October 13, 2011