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SAFER CITIES MODEL. SAFER CITIES TOOLS. SAFER CITIES TRAINING MANUAL AND TOOLKIT. Overall development objective is to facilitate effective strategy development and capacity building for crime prevention at city level.

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Safer cities model

SAFER CITIES MODEL


Safer cities tools

SAFER CITIES TOOLS


Safer cities training manual and toolkit

SAFER CITIES TRAINING MANUAL AND TOOLKIT

  • Overall development objective is to facilitate effective strategy development and capacity building for crime prevention at city level.

  • The SC Training Manual and Toolkit is meant to guide and support local SC Teams and local government officials in the design and implementation of urban crime prevention and urban safety initiatives.

  • The Manual / Toolkit will follow the SC Model in terms of phases and themes.

  • The Manual / Toolkit will be user friendly and pragmatic with examples and case studies.

  • The Manual / Toolkit will be published in one volume.

  • The Manual / Toolkit will be accompanied by a cd-rom with relevant publications, technical documents, articles, guides, training manuals, etc.


Components of the sc manual toolkit

COMPONENTS OF THE SC MANUAL / TOOLKIT

  • Process Components

    • Partnership Building and Coalition Building: Awareness Campaigns, Coordinating Committee, Action Groups, City Consultations

    • Strategy Development, Action Planning, Implementation

    • Institutionalisation: institutional arrangements for crime prevention through partnerships, strategy development and implementation

  • Technical Components

    • Diagnosis / Needs Assessment

    • Monitoring and Evaluation


Components of the sc manual toolkit1

COMPONENTS OF THE SC MANUAL / TOOLKIT

  • Thematic Components

    • Institutional Prevention: police and justice reform, etc.

    • Social Prevention: youth and families at risk, family and domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, etc.

    • Situational Prevention: crime prevention through environmental design, etc.


Table of contents sc manual toolkit

TABLE OF CONTENTS SC MANUAL / TOOLKIT

  • Introduction

  • About the Manual

  • Phase 1 Diagnosis / Needs Assessment

  • Phase 2 Partnership and Coalition Building

  • Phase 3 Strategy Development

  • Phase 4 Implementation

  • Phase 5 Institutionalisation

  • Phase 6 Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Urban Issues: Good Urban Governance & Secure Tenure

  • Community, City and National Level Action

  • Training Exercises

  • Tips and Frequently Asked Questions

  • Resource Materials and Organisations

  • References


Introduction

Introduction

  • Urban Crime and Violence: facts and figures

  • Why Crime Prevention?

  • Good Governance: the role of local authorities

  • The Safer Cities Programme


About the manual

About the Manual

  • Why a Manual and Toolkit?

  • Target Groups and Beneficiaries

  • How to use the Manual


Phase 1 diagnosis

Phase 1 Diagnosis

  • Why a Local Diagnosis of Insecurity?

  • Components of a Diagnosis:

    • Stakeholder Analysis

    • Municipal analysis

    • Victimisation Surveys or Local Safety Appraisals - Baseline survey for indicator identification

    • Youth and Crime Surveys - Youth Offender Profiling - Street Children Surveys

    • Violence Against Women Surveys

    • Safety Audits

    • Social Crime Mapping

    • Generation of Base Line Data and identification of Performance Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)


Phase 2 partnership building

Phase 2 Partnership Building

  • Why Partnerships and which Actors?

  • Who does What?

  • Tools

    • Stakeholder Analysis

    • Awareness Creation and Sensitisation Campaigns

    • Training and Capacity Building

    • Safer Cities Coordinating Committee

    • SC Local Technical Team

    • Thematic Action Groups

    • Roles, responsibilities, participation, leadership


Phase 3 strategy development

Phase 3 Strategy Development

  • Why an Urban Crime Prevention Strategy?

  • Components

    • Short, Medium and Long Term Strategies

    • Focus on Priorities

    • Institutional, social and situational prevention

  • Tools

    • City Consultations

    • Exchange, Field Visits and Training

    • Safer Cities Summit and Urban Pact

    • Role of the SC Coordinating Committee and Local Technical Team


Phase 4 implementation

Phase 4 Implementation

  • Components

    • Short, Medium and Long Term activities

    • Social Prevention: youth, families, women

    • Situational Prevention: urban design

    • Institutional Prevention: governance, police, justice

    • Contribute to development of Culture of Prevention

  • Tools

    • Role of the SC Coordinating Committee and Local Team

    • Action Groups


Phase 5 institutionalisation

Phase 5 Institutionalisation

  • Why Institutionalisation?

  • Tools

    • Capacity Building and Institutional Arrangements

    • National Government Support

    • Policy Reform

    • Institutional Reform

    • Legislative Reform

    • Formalisation and Integration of SC CC and LTT

    • Formalisation of Action Groups

    • Documentation, Exchange and Replication


Phase 6 monitoring and evaluation

Phase 6 Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Why M&E?

  • Tools

    • Selection of Performance Indicators

    • Base Line Study

    • Regular Assessments: needs and impact assessments

    • Feedback

    • Institutionalisation


Urban issues good urban governance secure tenure

Urban Issues: Good Urban Governance & Secure Tenure

  • Good Governance Campaign

  • Secure Tenure Campaign


Community city and national level action

Community, City and National Level Action

  • The Role of the Community

  • The Role of the City

  • The Role of National Government


Training exercises

Training Exercises

  • Team Building

  • Knowledge Building


Sc technical support team

SC Technical Support Team

  • Terms of Reference

  • Training and Capacity Building

  • Management Arrangements and Strategic Positioning

  • Priorities


Role of local government

Role of Local Government

  • Leadership

  • Vision and Political Will / Support

  • Coordination

  • Safety as Cross Cutting Issue

  • National Support


Sc coalition

SC Coalition

  • Partners

  • Participation and Partnership

  • Sensitisation and Capacity Building

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Management Arrangements


Role of police

Role of Police

  • Bridge the Gap with the Public

  • Localised Approach

  • Partnership

  • Integration of Prevention


Role of justice system

Role of Justice System

  • Alternatives to Imprisonment - Diversion

  • Rehabilitation and Resocialisation

  • Bridge Gap between Justice and People

  • Traditional Forms of Justice: mediation, etc.


Role of national government

Role of National Government

  • Local Government Capacity Building

  • Safety as Cross Cutting Issue

  • Police and Justice Reform

  • Policy and Legislative Reform

  • National Campaigns

  • Political Will and Support

  • Documentation, Exchange and Replication


Role of the media

Role of the Media

  • Public Awareness Creation

  • Hold Government accountable


Private sector

Private Sector

  • Facilitate and participate in crime prevention initiatives

  • Link up with government and the education system


Civil society

Civil Society

  • CBO’s

  • NGO’s

  • Research Institutions

  • Church Groups / Religious Organisations

    are to:

  • Facilitate and participate in crime prevention initiatives


Indicators

Indicators

  • Quantitative

  • Qualitative

  • Performance

  • Process

  • Product


Links

Links

  • Poverty and Unemployment

  • Youth and Gangs

  • Health and Environment

  • Human Rights

  • Domestic Violence and Gender Issues

  • Conflict Prevention, Disaster Mitigation


Finally

Finally

  • Tips

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Glossary

  • References

  • Resource Materials and Organisations: Practical Links


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