Crime Prevention Week 2017 - Digital Citizenship

Crime Prevention in Changing Times LogoThe digital domain has changed how people of all ages perceive, interact with, and respond to the world around them. Innovations in technology has provided children and youth with new opportunities for learning, both in and out of school. It has enabled students to connect with learning communities around the world. Social media has provided society with an immersive environment to connect and interact with each other.

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Crime Prevention Week 2017 - Sexual Violence

Crime Prevention in Changing Times LogoSexual Violence is a general term that describes behaviours and actions that are sexual in nature are unwanted, coerced, and committed without consent. Sexual violence is a continuum of behaviours and actions including, but not limited to:

  • Sexist jokes or explicit comments, catcalling, homophobic slurs, spreading rumours about someone’s sexuality
  • Harassment, stalking,
  • Sexual exploitation, trafficking
  • Groping or unwanted sexual touching, flashing, sexual assault, child sexual assault, indecent exposure
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Crime Prevention Week 2017 - Business Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention in Changing Times LogoCrime can be devastating to businesses small and large. Shoplifting, robbery, credit/debit card fraud, break and enter, vandalism and employee theft impacts the assets and safety of a business, no matter what size.

In an attempt to lay the foundation for preventing crime in the work place, businesses are encouraged to examine the physical layout, overall security, hiring practices and number of employees to access their internal and external vulnerabilities and threats.

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