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Better building 'could cut crime'
Better building 'could cut crime'

Duration: 01:35

Research suggests careful design of buildings and public space could cut crime by 50%.

 
Brussels airport - intercepting counterfeit goods
Brussels airport - intercepting counterfeit goods

Duration: 02:08

An introduction to Brussels airport in Belgium - the entry point to the European Union - and an examination of the role of the Customs Officers in checking goods and intercepting counterfeits.

 
Counterfeiting and piracy (pt 1/2)
Counterfeiting and piracy (pt 1/2)

Duration: 04:20

A look at the role of Trading Standards in tackling counterfeit goods. Describes the use and abuse of trade marks, the value of counterfeit goods and the punishment for the crime.

 
Designing out crime
Designing out crime

Duration: 04:06

The built environment can be designed to prevent crime. Discusses how crime can be designed out of residential areas by providing defensible space and high visibility policing and changing road layouts.

 
Mapping crime - crime and public perception
Mapping crime - crime and public perception

Duration: 03:10

Public perception is that crime is rising, although official statistics suggest the opposite. A police officer explains fear of crime may be heightened by over-zealous media reporting or poor quality urban spaces.

 
Mapping crime using GIS: Lewisham, London
Mapping crime using GIS: Lewisham, London

Duration: 02:25

Police in the London borough of Lewisham use GIS to map crime and target their response.

 
Mapping crime: Bexley, London
Mapping crime: Bexley, London

Duration: 04:51

An introduction to the main types of crime, using the Bexley area of London as an example.

 
Mapping crime: Broadway Shopping Centre, Bexleyheath
Mapping crime: Broadway Shopping Centre, Bexleyheath

Duration: 01:50

A look at the main types of crime associated with shopping centres, using the Broadway Shopping Centre in Bexleyheath as an example.

 
Mapping crime: CCTV cameras in the Meadowell Estate
Mapping crime: CCTV cameras in the Meadowell Estate

Duration: 02:00

CCTV cameras can be effective in the fight against crime. The Meadowell Estate in Northumbria is used as an example.

 
Mapping crime: designing crime prevention
Mapping crime: designing crime prevention

Duration: 01:55

Property developers need to consider designing out crime from new developments. The Quayside area of Newcastle is used as an example.

 
Mapping crime: environmental design
Mapping crime: environmental design

Duration: 02:55

The environment has an influence on criminal behaviour and places can be designed to discourage criminal activity.

 
Mapping crime: geographical profiling
Mapping crime: geographical profiling

Duration: 04:35

An explanation of why geographical profiling is an important tool in the fight against crime.

 
Mapping crime: introduction to GIS
Mapping crime: introduction to GIS

Duration: 02:34

The use of computers and GIS mean crime is now much easier to analyse and solve.

 
Mapping crime: introduction to the Meadowell Estate
Mapping crime: introduction to the Meadowell Estate

Duration: 02:20

The Meadowell Estate in Northumbria used to have a soaring crime rate. Riots broke out in 1991 and devastated the estate.

 
Mapping crime: using GIS to target vehicle crime
Mapping crime: using GIS to target vehicle crime

Duration: 03:39

GIS has helped the police to map and strategically tackle vehicle crime in Swansea.

 
On the trail of Somali pirates
On the trail of Somali pirates

Duration: 02:46

A report on the activities of a detachment of Royal Marines from HMS Northumberland. The Marines inspect a small vessel as part of an anti-piracy patrol.

 
Policing crowds to minimise crime at a football match in Glasgow
Policing crowds to minimise crime at a football match in Glasgow

Duration: 4:54

Strathclyde Police use innovative policing methods to manage rival football supporters and reduce the potential for violent crime.

 
Protecting security vans from crime
Protecting security vans from crime

Duration: 03:04

Modern technology is used to track the movement of security vans and reduce the risk of crime.

 
The origin of counterfeit goods
The origin of counterfeit goods

Duration: 00:52

The complex and global supply lines for counterfeit goods are identified. Who is affected by this type of crime?

 
The problem of graffiti (pt 1/3)
The problem of graffiti (pt 1/3)

Duration: 06:57

In the UK, local authorities are using geographical tools such as GIS and GPS to spatially analyse vandalism. Graffiti removal and targeting of offenders is seen as the best response to the problem.

 
The problem of graffiti (pt 2/3)
The problem of graffiti (pt 2/3)

Duration: 05:22

Local authorities in Belgium have adopted a progressive approach to graffiti by providing legal places for graffiti writers to express their artistic talents.

 
The problem of graffiti (pt 3/3)
The problem of graffiti (pt 3/3)

Duration: 03:48

In Sandwell, West Midlands, the authorities are not convinced the Bruges approach to graffiti management would work in the UK. An alternative approach is considered.

 

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