Design Against Crime: Crime Proofing Everyday ProductsPaul Ekblom, editor
|2012/293 pages/LC: 2011040091|
Crime Prevention Studies, Volume 27
From bicycle stands configured to prevent theft to pharmaceutical packaging that thwarts counterfeiters, the authors fuse crime science and design practice to point the way forward for a new generation of crime-proofed objects used in everyday contexts.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul Ekblom is professor and associate director of the Design Against Crime Research Centre at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London.
- Foreword—Ken Pease.
- Introduction—P. Ekblom.
- The Security Function Framework—P. Ekblom.
- Embedding Crime Prevention Within Design—A. B. Wootton and C.L. Davey.
- Making a Brave Transition from Research to Reality—R. Armitage.
- A Market Approach to Crime Prevention—G.R. Newman.
- Designing Against Bicycle Theft—A. Thorpe, S.D. Johnson, and A. Sidebottom.
- Designing a Counter-Terrorism Trash Bin—R. Lulham, O.Camacho Duarte, K. Dorst, and L. Kaldor.
- Packaging Against Counterfeiting—L. Segato.
- Reducing Handbag Theft—P. Ekblom, K. Bowers, L. Gamman, A. Sidebottom, C. Thomas, A. Thorpe, and M. Willcocks.
- Supermarket Carts to Reduce Handbag Theft—A. Sidebottom, P. Guillaume, and T. Archer.
- Slowing Thefts of Fast-Moving Goods—M. Gill and R.V. Clarke.
- Conclusion—P. Ekblom.