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The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), through the support of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department Justice, has developed these presentations for your use in a PowerPoint format. They are intended for use by crime prevention practitioners who bring their experience and expertise to each crime prevention topic. Each presentation is designed to educate, increase awareness, and teach prevention strategies in workshop session approximately 60 to 90 minutes long. The presentations are also available on a CD ROM. If you would like a CD ROM, please call NCPC’s Fulfillment Center at 1-800-297-9511.

File Crime Prevention Trends
The presentation informs participants of current trends, major changes, and challenges projected over the next 20 years in the area of crime prevention and teaches participants how to apply crime prevention principles to help meet new trends that develop.
File Crime Prevention and Community Preparedness
This presentation gives an overview of crime prevention and describes how various methods of crime prevention can aid community preparedness and homeland security.
File Identity Theft and Strategies for Crime Prevention
This presentation defines identity theft, discusses why participants should worry about it, examines how identity theft occurs, looks at how identity theft has emerged, discusses what is being done about identity theft, and looks at ways participants can protect themselves.
File Improving Police–Community Relations Through Community Policing
This presentation helps participants understand how relations between the community and law enforcement can be strengthened through community policing strategies.
File Neighborhood Watch (Part 1)
This presentation informs participants of the importance of Neighborhood Watch and provide strategies for starting a Neighborhood Watch program within their community.
File Neighborhood Watch (Part 2)
This presentation provides participants with strategies for strengthening their Neighborhood Watch programs and explores ways that their programs can be connected with homeland security and emergency preparedness.
File Seniors and Crime Prevention
This presentation examines the various crimes against seniors and looks at what preventative measures can be taken to prevent them.
File Bullying: What’s New and What To Do
This presentation helps participants identify and understand various bullying behaviors, the scope of the bullying problem, who bullies, the warning signs that a child is being bullied, strategies children can use to deal with bullying, and steps adults can take to address bullying.
File Identifying and Addressing a Gang Problem
This presentation helps participants look at a definition of a gang, look at prevention and intervention strategies, learn several indicators and risk factors of gangs in their communities, and explore tips of what can be done by parents, schools, and neighbors to prevent gang activity.
File Crime Prevention History and Theory
This presentation provides community leaders, local government officials, private sector partners, faith-based organizations, and others with information on crime prevention that will enable them to create safer, more secure, and more vibrant communities.
File Keeping the Elderly Safe in the 21st Century
This presentation will better equip participants to assist their aging parents or other friends and loved ones from becoming victims of crime by understanding the process of aging, identifying threats and challenges, recognizing signs and potential dangers, and by developing prevention/intervention strategies.
File Methamphetamine Abuse and Clandestine Laboratories
This presentation covers the history of meth; what meth is; what meth looks like; street names; signs, symptoms, and methods of use; side effects of meth abuse; abuse patterns and treatment; types of clandestine labs; and dangers associated with clandestine labs.
File School Safety and Security
This presentation discusses school safety and security issues, factors affecting school safety, key components of school safety planning, and how to engage the community to foster safer schools.
File Smart and Safe in Cyberspace: Social Networking 101
This presentation informs communities of the emerging trend of social networking and provides safety tips to help children and youth socialize safely online.
File Teaching Kids To Help Design Out Crime
This presentation helps participants learn the definition of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), understand the four key CPTED principles, learn how children and youth can be involved in CPTED, identify the strengths of youth-adult partnerships, learn CPTED activities for their communities, and learn CPTED teaching strategies.
File How To Partner Effectively With Faith-based Organizations
This presentation reviews the history of faith-based community initiatives, outlines the legal guidelines for engaging faith-based organizations, and surveys helpful resources.
File Engaging the Power of Prevention: 10 Action Principles
This presentation is based on the National Crime Prevention Council and the Crime Prevention Coalition of America’s publication entitled, Engaging the Power of Prevention: 10 Action Steps. All of the quotes, statistics, and information is taken from this book unless otherwise noted.
File Crime Prevention Basics
This presentation examines the history of crime prevention and how it has evolved and gives participants tips and best practices on how to stay safe in a variety of settings.
File Online Predators
The goal of this presentation is to inform parents of the dangers of online predators and provide tips to keep their children safe while using the Internet and other online services.
File Preventing Violence in the Workplace
A presentation about workplace violence, including legal issues, prevention, intervention, and response.
File Prisoner Reentry: Coming to a Community Near You
The goal of this presentation is to inform citizens about the impact that reentry of ex-offenders has on their communities and present them with information on available strategies, resources, and effective community responses.
File The Technology Age: Tips to Keep Your Information Safe and Secure
This presentation will provide examples of ways you may be surrendering your private information currently and some ways you can protect it.
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