This toolkit aims to provide practitioners in crime and disorder reduction partnerships
with the tools to enable them to achieve sustained reductions in crime in their area.
The toolkit is for your use and in order to make sure it remains effective and
relevant, it has to keep track with innovation, with change and with the challenges
we face in combatting crime.
There will be areas where you think the toolkit can be improved. For example,
you may have carried out an initiative or project which was successful, which failed
miserably or which had unexpected results; you may have discovered an as yet untapped
source of information or you may have a better application for existing sources of
Whatever it is, we would like to hear. So how do you make contact?
The Crime Reduction Knowledge Base (http://search.crimereduction.gov.uk/)
is situated on the Crime Reduction Website. The Crime Reduction College manages the
Knowledge Base. Part of the function of the team at the College is to feed the ideas
and suggestions from the Knowledge Base into the toolkits review process.