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Report on the symposium in the magazine "forum kriminalprävention"

An article on the scientific symposium "On the Trails of Communal Crime Prevention in Germany" (Auf den Spuren der kommunalen Kriminalprävention in Deutschland) at the University Tübingen on February 11, 2020, was published in the current issue (01/2020) of the DFK magazine "forum kriminalprävention":

On February 11, 2020, the Endowed Professorship of Crime Prevention and Risk Management organized the symposium "On the Trails of Communal Crime Prevention" at the University of Tübingen. Despite the storm "Sabine", about 50 people from all over Germany attended the event. The event functioned, among other things, as a bridge between science and practice, as reflected in the mixture of speakers and podium participants. The program spanned a wide range, which as already expressed in the subtitle of the symposium, "Beginnings - Establishment - Perspectives in Science and Practice".

Please find the long German version of the aricle here.


DPT-Interjection

Especially in the current crisis, urgent questions arise in the prevention of violence and crime. For this reason, since 20 March 2020 the German Prevention Day (DPT) has been offering prominent specialist representatives the opportunity to talk about urgent prevention issues within the framework of the "DPT-Interjections". The audio recording of the expert talk with Prof. Dr. Rita Haverkamp, moderated by Erich Marks, can be retrieved here.


Impressions: Scientific Symposium on February 11, 2020

The Endowed Professorship of Crime Prevention and Risk Management organized the scientific symposium " On the Trails of Communal Crime Prevention in Germany" (Auf den Spuren der kommunalen Kriminalprävention in Deutschland) on February 11, 2020. Despite the storm "Sabine" about 50 representatives from science and practice attended the event. The Lord Mayor Boris Palmer as well as Prof. Dr. Jörg Kinzig, Head of the Institute of Criminology Tübingen, spoke words of welcome. The program covered a wide range of topics, from the beginnings and the establishment to the perspectives of municipal crime prevention for science and practice.


In the course of the event, practitioners and scientists from all over Germany exchanged information in lectures and discussions about the everyday life of municipal crime prevention as well as its future development.

The lectures of the symposium will soon be published as an anthology in the series "Tübinger Schriften und Materialien zur Kriminologie (TüKrim)" and will be accessible online.

Please find some impressions of the symposium here:



SiBa-Prävinareries

On November 12, 2019 the SiBa-Prävinarseries (SiBa-Prävinarreihe) in co-operation with the German Prevention Day (Deutschen Präventionstag DPT) started! The fourth and last online seminar took place on May 12, 2020. The topics of the four online seminars were


    Prävinar 1 (12.11.2019): Security situation and feeling of security (Sicherheitslage und Sicherheitsgefühl)
    Prävinar 2 (21.01.2020): Urban development and (in)security (Stadtentwicklung und (Un-)Sicherheit)
    Prävinar 3 (17.03.2020): Public space for all (Öffentlicher Raum für alle)
    Prävinar 4 (12.05.2020): Changing Crime Prevention in train station districts (Kriminalprävention in Bahnhofsvierteln im Wandel)

All online seminars were recorded and are still available here after the seminar.


Scientific Symposium on February 11, 2020

Prof. Dr. Rita Haverkamp organized a scientific symposium on February 11, 2020 in the Great Senate (New Assembly Hall) of the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen. The event focused on questions about the origins, current directions and trends in communal crime prevention in Germany: How has it developed? How can it develop further? Where does it want to, can and should it go? Representatives from science and practice are:

On the Trails of Communal Crime Prevention in Germany:
Beginnings - Establishment - Perspectives in Science and Practice

(Auf den Spuren der kommunalen Kriminalprävention in Deutschland:
Anfänge – Etablierung – Perspektiven in Wissenschaft und Praxis)

For further information on the program and the presentations, please see the flyer.