To develop the prevention model into a prevention strategy, each of the nine mechanisms must be specified for the actual type of crime or crime problem.
The analysis can be based on this structure:
- How do the various preventive mechanisms work to reduce this specific crime problem?
- Which measures or methods can be used to activate these mechanisms?
- Who are the principal actors in the implementation of the various methods?
- Who are the target groups for the various strategies and their relevant measures?
- What are the strengths and the positive side effects of the various measures?
- What are the limitations, costs and negative side effects of the various measures?
See examples of how the model can be applied to different forms of crime.
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