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11th GERMAN PREVENTION DAYS 2006

11th German Congress on Crime Prevention The annual congress “Deutscher Präventionstag (DPT)” (German Congress on Crime Prevention) is the largest annual conference on crime prevention in Europe, with approx. 2500 registered participants (over two days), most of them coming from … More

12TH GERMAN PREVENTION DAYS 2007

Its official title “Strong Youth – Strong Future” aims to take a closer look at prevention of criminal careers, school violence, preventive measures in education, justice and social work. The open forum extends this to questions of support for parents, … More

Study Day on Suburban Violence in France, Bonn 2006

The EFUS supported the German Forum for Crime Prevention (DFK), with the organisation of a study day on the riots that took place in French suburbs in the fall of 2006; this day was hosted by the DFK on 20th … More

Periodical Reports on Crime and Crime Control in Germany 2006

“The objective of this report is to put together the most comprehensive picture of the crime situation in Germany. For the first time in a report, it will draw together findings taken from the existing pool of official data particularly … More

What Future for Crime Prevention in Germany, Research Report 2003

Studying the past and the (fragile?) present of crime prevention is not that easy but trying to imagine the future is certainly much more difficult! A german research group set up within the Organisation for research on crime prevention and … More

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