The Resource Design Against Crime : Crime Proofing Everyday Products

Design Against Crime : Crime Proofing Everyday Products

Label
Design Against Crime : Crime Proofing Everyday Products
Title
Design Against Crime
Title remainder
Crime Proofing Everyday Products
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Ekblom, Paul
LC call number
HV6648 -- .D475 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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ProQuest (Firm)
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  • Business enterprises -- Security measures
  • Crime prevention
  • Security systems
  • Theft -- Prevention
Label
Design Against Crime : Crime Proofing Everyday Products
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=3328951
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Book Title -- Table of Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Tables -- 3.1 Project Management Process -- 4.1 Geographical Spread of Interview Participants -- 4.2 Sectors That Participants Represented -- 4.3 Producing a Scoring System for Vulnerability Factors -- 4.4 Producing a Scoring System for Security Factors -- 5.1 Positive and Negative Externalities and Social Costs and Benefits -- 5.2 Simplified Direct Regulatory Model for Credit Card Fraud Reduction -- 5.3 Simplified Cap-and-Trade Model for Credit Card Fraud Reduction -- 6.1 Ratio of Differences in Locking Practices for the Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands Compared to the Control Sheffield Stands -- 8.1 Principal Packaging Solutions and Technologies Against Counterfeiting -- 10.1 Handbag Theft in Supermarkets, Rates per 1,000 Warwickshire Residents -- 10.2 Victim-Reported Handbag Theft Description -- 10.3 What Drew Your Attention to the Trolley Safe? -- 11.1 AT CUT PRICES: Characteristics That Make FMCGAttractive to Thieves -- Figures -- 3.1 Four Main Activity Areas of the Design Life Cycle That Make Up the Framework -- 3.2 The DAC Evaluation Framework -- 3.3 Example of a Page from the DAC Evaluation Framework Publication -- 6.1 The Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands -- 6.2 Fraction of Time Bicycle Parking Stands Were Observed as Unused -- 6.3 Locking Practices for Sheffield Stands vs. the Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands as a Single Group -- 6.4 Locking Practices for Sheffield Stands and Each Prototype Bicycle Parking Stand -- 7.1 Sketch of an Early Version of a CT Bin -- 7.2 CT Bin on a Sydney Railway Platform -- 9.1 Final Version of the Grippa Clip -- 9.2 The Chelsea Clip -- 9.3 Poster Advertising the Grippa Clip -- 9.4 Card Hanger for the Grippa Clip -- 9.5 The Grippa Clip with the Handbag Logo
  • 10.1 Monthly Distribution of Recorded Handbag Theft Incidents Across Warwickshire Supermarkets, November 2006-October 2008 -- 10.2 Distribution of Recorded Handbag Theft Incidents Across 27 Warwickshire Supermarkets, November 2006-October 2008 -- 10.3 Handbag Theft Victimization by Age Group Across 27 Warwickshire Supermarkets -- 10.4 A Trolley Safe Fitted to a Shallow Trolley -- 10.5 Recorded Handbag Thefts from Trolleys at the Treatment and Control Sites Before and After Intervention, November 2006-January 2009 -- 10.6 Customer Comments on the Trolley Safes -- 10.7 Observations on Trolley Safe Usage Over Time, October 2008-January 2009 -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- 1-Introduction -- Notes -- 2-The Security Function Framework -- Introduction -- Specification: A Fit-for-Purpose Framework? -- The Security Function Framework -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3-Embedding Crime Prevention Within Design -- Traditional Evaluations -- The Design Against Crime Evaluation Framework -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 4-Making a Brave Transition from Research to Reality -- Reviewing the Progress Made Within Designing Out Crime from Products -- Proposing a Transition from Research to Reality -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 5-A Market Approach to Crime Prevention -- Thinking of Crime as Pollution -- Origins of the Cap-and-Trade Approach to Carbon Reduction -- Cap and Trade and Crime Reduction -- The Challenges Ahead -- Implications of the Market Approach -- Notes -- 6-Designing Against Bicycle Theft -- The Problem of Bicycle Theft -- Strategies to Reduce Bicycle Theft -- Design Against Crime: The Invisible Hand of the Prevention-minded Designer -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 7-Designing a Counterterrorism Trash Bin -- Design and Development of the CT Bin -- Reframing the Problem and Redefining the Brief -- Product Description and Analysis of the CT Bin -- Reflections
  • Conclusion -- Note -- 8-Packaging Against Counterfeiting -- Counterfeiting: A Wider Global Issue -- The Role of Packaging in Crime Prevention -- Packaging Against Counterfeiting -- Case Studies -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 9-Reducing Handbag Theft -- The Grippa Clip's Purpose -- The Grippa Clip's Security Niche -- Mechanisms and Technicality: How the Grippa Clip Works and How It Is Made and Operated -- Summary SFF Statement for the Grippa Clip -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 10-Supermarket Carts to Reduce Handbag Theft -- Background of the Project -- The Nature and Scope of Handbag Theft in Supermarkets -- How Are Handbags Stolen in Supermarkets? -- Developing a Response to Reduce Handbag Theft -- Design of the Evaluation -- User Surveys -- Results -- Recorded Crime Data: Theft from Trolleys -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 11-Slowing Thefts of Fast-Moving Goods -- Research -- Findings -- AT CUT PRICES -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 12-Conclusion -- Notes -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- The Contributors -- Index -- Crime Prevention Studies Series -- About the Book
Control code
EBC3328951
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (307 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781588269409
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3328951
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3328951
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10913568
  • (OCoLC)929119907
Label
Design Against Crime : Crime Proofing Everyday Products
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=3328951
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Book Title -- Table of Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Tables -- 3.1 Project Management Process -- 4.1 Geographical Spread of Interview Participants -- 4.2 Sectors That Participants Represented -- 4.3 Producing a Scoring System for Vulnerability Factors -- 4.4 Producing a Scoring System for Security Factors -- 5.1 Positive and Negative Externalities and Social Costs and Benefits -- 5.2 Simplified Direct Regulatory Model for Credit Card Fraud Reduction -- 5.3 Simplified Cap-and-Trade Model for Credit Card Fraud Reduction -- 6.1 Ratio of Differences in Locking Practices for the Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands Compared to the Control Sheffield Stands -- 8.1 Principal Packaging Solutions and Technologies Against Counterfeiting -- 10.1 Handbag Theft in Supermarkets, Rates per 1,000 Warwickshire Residents -- 10.2 Victim-Reported Handbag Theft Description -- 10.3 What Drew Your Attention to the Trolley Safe? -- 11.1 AT CUT PRICES: Characteristics That Make FMCGAttractive to Thieves -- Figures -- 3.1 Four Main Activity Areas of the Design Life Cycle That Make Up the Framework -- 3.2 The DAC Evaluation Framework -- 3.3 Example of a Page from the DAC Evaluation Framework Publication -- 6.1 The Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands -- 6.2 Fraction of Time Bicycle Parking Stands Were Observed as Unused -- 6.3 Locking Practices for Sheffield Stands vs. the Prototype Bicycle Parking Stands as a Single Group -- 6.4 Locking Practices for Sheffield Stands and Each Prototype Bicycle Parking Stand -- 7.1 Sketch of an Early Version of a CT Bin -- 7.2 CT Bin on a Sydney Railway Platform -- 9.1 Final Version of the Grippa Clip -- 9.2 The Chelsea Clip -- 9.3 Poster Advertising the Grippa Clip -- 9.4 Card Hanger for the Grippa Clip -- 9.5 The Grippa Clip with the Handbag Logo
  • 10.1 Monthly Distribution of Recorded Handbag Theft Incidents Across Warwickshire Supermarkets, November 2006-October 2008 -- 10.2 Distribution of Recorded Handbag Theft Incidents Across 27 Warwickshire Supermarkets, November 2006-October 2008 -- 10.3 Handbag Theft Victimization by Age Group Across 27 Warwickshire Supermarkets -- 10.4 A Trolley Safe Fitted to a Shallow Trolley -- 10.5 Recorded Handbag Thefts from Trolleys at the Treatment and Control Sites Before and After Intervention, November 2006-January 2009 -- 10.6 Customer Comments on the Trolley Safes -- 10.7 Observations on Trolley Safe Usage Over Time, October 2008-January 2009 -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- 1-Introduction -- Notes -- 2-The Security Function Framework -- Introduction -- Specification: A Fit-for-Purpose Framework? -- The Security Function Framework -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3-Embedding Crime Prevention Within Design -- Traditional Evaluations -- The Design Against Crime Evaluation Framework -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 4-Making a Brave Transition from Research to Reality -- Reviewing the Progress Made Within Designing Out Crime from Products -- Proposing a Transition from Research to Reality -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 5-A Market Approach to Crime Prevention -- Thinking of Crime as Pollution -- Origins of the Cap-and-Trade Approach to Carbon Reduction -- Cap and Trade and Crime Reduction -- The Challenges Ahead -- Implications of the Market Approach -- Notes -- 6-Designing Against Bicycle Theft -- The Problem of Bicycle Theft -- Strategies to Reduce Bicycle Theft -- Design Against Crime: The Invisible Hand of the Prevention-minded Designer -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 7-Designing a Counterterrorism Trash Bin -- Design and Development of the CT Bin -- Reframing the Problem and Redefining the Brief -- Product Description and Analysis of the CT Bin -- Reflections
  • Conclusion -- Note -- 8-Packaging Against Counterfeiting -- Counterfeiting: A Wider Global Issue -- The Role of Packaging in Crime Prevention -- Packaging Against Counterfeiting -- Case Studies -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 9-Reducing Handbag Theft -- The Grippa Clip's Purpose -- The Grippa Clip's Security Niche -- Mechanisms and Technicality: How the Grippa Clip Works and How It Is Made and Operated -- Summary SFF Statement for the Grippa Clip -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 10-Supermarket Carts to Reduce Handbag Theft -- Background of the Project -- The Nature and Scope of Handbag Theft in Supermarkets -- How Are Handbags Stolen in Supermarkets? -- Developing a Response to Reduce Handbag Theft -- Design of the Evaluation -- User Surveys -- Results -- Recorded Crime Data: Theft from Trolleys -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 11-Slowing Thefts of Fast-Moving Goods -- Research -- Findings -- AT CUT PRICES -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 12-Conclusion -- Notes -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- The Contributors -- Index -- Crime Prevention Studies Series -- About the Book
Control code
EBC3328951
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (307 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781588269409
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3328951
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3328951
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10913568
  • (OCoLC)929119907

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