Historically, the emphasis on criminal justice research and law enforcement resource allocation was on how to effectively respond to criminal acts. Over the past forty years, however, research and practice have demonstrated that an investement of time and energy into preventing crime can reap enormous rewards.
Our certified crime prevention professionals are available to train your officers, staff members, neighbors, or students in a wide variety of crime prevention approaches. Our seminars, training, and other programs can be tailored to the needs of law enforcement professionals or to neighborhood associations, college students, or any group looking for strategies to increase community involvment and reduce crime. We can also provide workplace violence prevention training consistent with OSHA guidelines, as well as security or threat vulnerability assessments, and support for ongoing threat assessment programs.
Below are some useful links to resources on crime prevention, as well as links to key professional organizations in the field.
Avoid Identity Theft (FTC)
Crime Prevention Resources (NCPC)
School Safety (NCPC)
Safe and Sound at School (JTIC)
Crisis & Safety in Schools (NASP)
"Plan & Prepare" (FEMA)
Active Shooter Links (DSAC)
Active Shooter Resources (FBI)
International Travel Warnings (State Department)
"Check First" (Safety Kids)
Power and Control Wheel (NCDSV)
ASIS International (ASIS)