In every city, the vast majority of
serious crime occurs around “hot spots” such as bars, convenience
stores, drug houses, and gang controlled areas. This course
will teach students how to apply criminal justice and behavioral
theories to practical, real-life crime problems using techniques that
have demonstrated crime reduction effectiveness.
The course will also introduce students to key profiling principles so
that likely behavioral problems can be predicted in specific
settings. As a result, this material will be useful to anyone who
plans to work in a people-oriented profession such as business /
management, policing, corrections, or psychology.
Situational Crime Prevention
Problem solving to delay, disrupt or reduce unwanted events
Behavioral profiling in real life settings
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Addressing urban decay
How many examples of urban decay
do you see in the above photo?
Instructor: David Lilley, PhD
Dr. Lilley is a former Michigan police officer and Senior Justice
Washington D.C. He specializes in helping police
departments and communities identify practical and proven crime
Register ASAP as this course is sure to fill quickly! It is
listed under the title: "Applied Criminal Justice Theory" (CRJ