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New CRISP Report Examines Situational Crime Prevention

09 April 2013

Situational Crime Prevention_CRISPReport_Cover_105px.jpgThe latest in the ASIS Foundation's Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) report series, Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security, authored by Harald Haelterman, PhD, provides a reference guide on how best to approach the introduction of situational crime prevention program in a business environment.

The report focuses on situational crime prevention in domestic and international supply chains and presents a consecutive six-stage approach, emphasizing the importance of addressing challenges early in the process and focusing on the selection of alternative measures to mitigate identified and acknowledged risks.

This is the tenth report in the CRISP Report series.

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