This training will provide experienced Crime Prevention Officers / Community Safety Officers with opportunities to learn about the latest developments in crime prevention practice and theory. Drawing on contemporary international developments, this training will be a must for experienced crime prevention practitioners.
To ensure that individual learning outcomes are achieved through this training, each participant will complete an individual training assessment. Aspects of the training will be tailored to address specific requirements and further resources will be recommended to enhance learning beyond the training day. This will ensure that experienced practitioners benefit from this training.
The training will cover:
•International developments for evidence-based crime prevention
•Advanced methods of program evaluation
•Contemporary developments in crime prevention techniques
•Sharing of local examples of effective crime prevention
Participants will also receive a CD containing crime prevention information and exercises to supplement the face-to-face training experience.
The training will be facilitated by Garner Clancey. Garner is an Adjunct Lecturer of the Sydney Institute of Criminology and has extensive experience in crime prevention. He has studied psychology, criminology and urban planning; taught crime prevention units across four universities; worked for juvenile justice and police agencies; and completed numerous crime prevention projects, including the development of crime prevention plans for local government authorities. Garner recently authored a resource manual on public space CCTV systems for the Australian Institute of Criminology and has created numerous crime prevention resources. Garner has also served on various Boards and Committees, including the National Children and Youth Law Centre Board, the Australian Crime Prevention Council Executive Committee and the NSW Young Offenders Advisory Council.