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  1. 1. NEXT Crime Prevention Presentations VOLUME 1 and VOLUME 2 • SEPTEMBER 2006 INSTRUCTIONSEach item in the Table of Contents is linked to a PowerPoint Presentation. When in Slide Showmode only, clicking on the lower right corner of each slide returns you to the Table of Contents.
  2. 2. NEXT PREV NEXT Table of ContentsVO LU M E O N E VOLUME TWO Crime and Prevention Trends 2006 Bullying: What’s New and What To Do Crime Prevention and Community Preparedness Identifying and Addressing a Gang Problem Identity Theft and Strategies for Crime Prevention How To Partner Effectively With Faith-based Organizations Improving Police–Community Relations through Community Policing Crime Prevention History and Theory Neighborhood Watch (Part 1) Keeping the Elderly Safe in the 21st Century Neighborhood Watch (Part 2) Methamphetamine Abuse and Clandestine Laboratories Seniors and Crime Prevention School Safety and Security Smart and Safe in Cyberspace: Social Networking 101INSTRUCTIONS Teaching Kids To Help Design Out Crime
  3. 3. NEXT PREV NEXT Instructions for Use of PowerPoint PresentationsThe National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) has advanced level of information. The following guide-prepared this CD ROM for your use at the direction lines also apply:and through the support of the Bureau of Justice Ⅲ In most cases, presenters are provided trainer notesAssistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department but are also encouraged to prepare notes or a scriptof Justice. It presents two volumes for a total of 15 tailored to the needs of each audience.topics in a PowerPoint format. Ⅲ The presentations are not meant to be modified; however, presenters can include local or more recentVOLUME ONE information in the form of handouts or can deleteⅢ Crime and Prevention Trends 2006 or add slides to fit the length of their presentation.Ⅲ Crime Prevention and Community Preparedness Ⅲ Each topic can be covered in approximately 60 toⅢ Identity Theft and Strategies for Crime Prevention 90 minutes. Presenters are expected to interactⅢ Improving Police–Community Relations through with the audience and not just lecture. Community PolicingⅢ Neighborhood Watch (Part 1 and Part 2) Printing HandoutsⅢ Seniors and Crime Prevention Presenters are encouraged to print and distribute copies of the slide presentations. The steps for print-VOLUME TWO ing handouts are as follows:Ⅲ Bullying: What’s New and What To DoⅢ Identifying and Addressing a Gang Problem 1. Print handouts by selecting the “Print” option onⅢ How To Partner Effectively With Faith-based the “File” menu. Organizations 2. On the bottom third of the print screen, go to theⅢ Crime Prevention History and Theory “Print What” box and select “Handouts” from theⅢ Keeping the Elderly Safe in the 21st Century pull down menu.Ⅲ Methamphetamine Abuse and Clandestine 3. Go to the “Handouts” box and select “Slides Per Laboratories Page” and select “3.” This format will provideⅢ School Safety and Security three slides per page as well as an area for partici-Ⅲ Smart and Safe in Cyberspace: Social pants to take notes. Networking 101Ⅲ Teaching Kids To Help Design Out Crime Feedback and Evaluation NCPC welcomes your input and would like your assis- tance in tracking the use of these topical presentations.Guidelines Please email NCPC at with infor-These PowerPoint presentations are intended for use mation about when and how the presentations wereby crime prevention practitioners who bring their used. If you like, we will also place you in a databaseexperience and expertise to each topic. The presenta- to receive updates of the PowerPoint presentations andtions are not intended for public use or by individuals additional training information. We encourage you towith no training or expertise in crime prevention. Each visit to find additional information onpresentation is intended to educate, increase aware- these topics. We also invite you to send in your ownness, and teach prevention strategies. Presenters must trainer notes, handouts, pictures, and anecdotes todiscern whether their audiences require a more basic or share with others on
  4. 4. NEXT PREV The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) is a private, nonprofit tax-exempt [501(c)(3)] organization whose primary mission is to be the nation’s leader in helping people keep themselves, their families, and their communities safe from crime. NCPC publishes books, kits of camera- ready program materials, posters, and informational and policy reports on a variety of crime prevention and community-building subjects. NCPC offers training, technical assistance, anda national focus for crime prevention: it acts as secretariat for the Crime Prevention Coalition of America, morethan 360 national, federal, state, and local organizations committed to preventing crime. It hosts a number ofwebsites that offer prevention tips to individuals, describe prevention practices for community building, andhelp anchor prevention policy into laws and budgets. It operates demonstration programs in schools, neighbor-hoods, and entire jurisdictions and takes a major leadership role in youth crime prevention and youth service.NCPC manages the McGruff® “Take A Bite Out Of Crime®” public service advertising campaign. NCPCis funded through a variety of government agencies, corporate and private foundations, and donations fromprivate individuals. This publication was made possible through Cooperative Funding Agreement No. 2002-DD-BX-K004 from the Bureau of JusticeAssistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Opinions are those of NCPC or citedsources and do not necessarily reflect U.S. Department of Justice policy or positions. The Bureau of JusticeAssistance is a component of the Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics,the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and the Office forVictims of Crime.Copyright © 2006 National Crime Prevention CouncilAll rights reserved.Printed in the United States of AmericaSeptember 2006National Crime Prevention Council1000 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Thirteenth FloorWashington, DC 20036-5325202-466-6272www.ncpc.orgISBN 1-59686-024-3