Training a Crime Prevention Practitioner
- Florida gives up trying to prove this M.D. is a criminal. Rose, Joan R. // Medical Economics;10/14/96, Vol. 73 Issue 19, p24
Reports on the Florida's Office of the State Attorney's dismissal of its case against Roger H. Strube. Background on the case; Implications of the suit's dismissal; Events that triggered the filing of the case.
- Pile and Co. to Handle $30 Mil. Florida Search. // Adweek Eastern Edition;8/18/2003, Vol. 44 Issue 33, p4
Pile and Co. will oversee an agency search for the State of Florida attorney general's office, the client confirmed. The Boston, Massachusetts-based consultancy has negotiated an $80,000 fee with representatives from Florida to develop selection criteria by September 10, according to Brad...
- Law enforcement and the deaf community. Jones, Robert D. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Nov93, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p18
Narrates the author's experience of teaching deaf or hard of hearing people about crime prevention. Difficulty in teaching without direct communication; Use of interpreters; Law enforcers' need to address the needs of citizens who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- Survey highlights Lack of crime training. // Commercial Motor;10/27/2011, Vol. 216 Issue 5456, p12
The article reports on the 2011 survey by the University of Central Lancashire's Crime Reduction Unit which shows that more than 82% of truck drivers in Great Britain have never received any training to avoid being a victim of freight crime.
- Unmasking a "Cure". Moss, Ralph W. // Townsend Letter;Apr2006, Issue 273, p32
The article reports on the lawsuit filed by the Office of the State Attorney in Florida together with the Food and U.S. Drug Administration at the District Court for an injunction and restraining order to stop several Web sites from selling unapproved and misbranded drugs. The court judge had...
- REGION CALENDAR. // Navajo Times;9/4/2014, Vol. 53 Issue 36, pC-6
A calendar of community events in Arizona and New Mexico for September 2014 is presented, which includes the Women Against Crime free educational classes offered by the Farmington Police Department, the 10th annual Route 66 Days automobile exhibition, and the Northern Gila County Fair.
- "Striving to be be better people": Unpacking kind Texts Texts to Confront Victimization. Clark, Shanetia P.; Marinak, Barbara A. // SIGNAL Journal;Spring/Summer2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p24
The article focuses on the teaching strategy that prevents adolescent peer violence and victimization. It suggests that middle schools and high schools can practice prevention by arranging purposeful discussions about the many forms of victimization including bullying, cheating and ostracizing a...
- A Simple Idea That Grew. McKay, Tom // Blue Line Magazine;Jun/Jul2015, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p10
The article focuses on the growth and progress made by the Crime Prevention Academy (CPA) concept of the Peel Regional Police (PRP) in Ontario. It mentions the purpose of the CPA of providing comprehensive crime prevention training to people in the region, areas covered by the course including...
- Abuse Prevention: Two Approaches. Shilling, Dana // Victimization of the Elderly & Disabled;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p81
The article presents two approaches that would help in protecting the elderly against abuses. It discusses the five-day course on Crimes Against the Elderly offered by the Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute (FCPTI). The course covers elements of criminal offenses against the elderly...