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Operationalizing the spatial influence of the risk factors behind the open-air drug markets in Durham region
The social cost of illegal drugs has reached a very high point both in Canada and around the world. The efforts to control the global flow of illegal drugs have not achieved to compensate these costs. This thesis examines ...
Risk and resilience: the impact of community programs on LGBTQ youth
There is a considerable amount of research suggesting that the challenges faced by LGBTQ youth can severely impact their lives, mental health, and general well-being. However, there still is a gap in the literature that ...
Situation tables as the new crime prevention: theoretical underpinnings, strengths, weaknesses, and best practices
Change in police calls-for-service has resulted in a shift in the role of police through the years. Specifically, the increase in mental health calls for police services has created the Community Safety and Well-Being ...
Risk management at public events: a case study of a municipality within Southern Ontario
Current literature surrounding risk management at public events focuses on the efforts of municipal officials to reduce the risk of terrorist activity. The literature only focuses on large municipalities that host global ...