The Prince Albert Hub and the emergence of collaborative and risk-driven community safety / by Dale R. McFee and Norman E. Taylor.: PS67-1/1-2014E-PDF
"Concerned about the cost and impact of reactive policing, innovative police leaders have been exploring new ways to effectively address developing community problems “before” they become policing problems. Traditionally police have focused preventative policing efforts on targeted crime prevention programs. The authors of this discussion paper offer an exciting alternative to traditional preventative policing strategies called the Hub Model: an evidence-based collaborative problem solving approach that draws on the combined expertise of relevant community agencies to address complex human and social problems before they become policing problems"--Editor's introduction, p. 2.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada. Canadian Police College.|
|Title||The Prince Albert Hub and the emergence of collaborative and risk-driven community safety / by Dale R. McFee and Norman E. Taylor.|
|Variant title||Prince Albert Hub|
|Series title||Canadian Police College discussion paper series|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[English]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Le carrefour de Prince Albert et la transition vers une stratégie de sécurité communautaire axée sur la collaboration et la détermination des risques. |
At head of title: Change and innovation in Canadian policing.
Includes bibliographic references.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Canadian Police College, c2014.|
|Author / Contributor|| McFee, Dale R. |
Taylor, Norman E.
|Description||18 p. : col. ill.|
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|Subject terms|| Crime prevention |
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