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Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: an 'ex ante' consideration of preventive measures

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This article is about situational crime prevention in the (European) supply chain. It is based on a thorough analysis of two international supply chain security programs, and on the consequent observation that the security measures that form part of these programs can all be classified as situational techniques. One of the main conclusions of the research has been that an 'ex ante' consideration of preventive measures, and a careful consideration of any interdependencies, may prove to be extremely beneficial to the success of future programming. The outcome of these considerations can be applied to rank potential interventions, and decide on the most promising and feasible one(s). In order to facilitate a thorough consideration of the effectiveness, efficiency and acceptability of potential measures, a series of 'success indicators' was developed.
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acceptability, efficiency, effectiveness, supply chain security measures, interdependencies

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Haelterman, Harald. 2009. “Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security: An ‘Ex Ante’ Consideration of Preventive Measures.” Journal of Applied Security Research 4 (4): 483–500.
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Haelterman, H. (2009). Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: an “ex ante” consideration of preventive measures. JOURNAL OF APPLIED SECURITY RESEARCH, 4(4), 483–500.
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Haelterman H. Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: an “ex ante” consideration of preventive measures. JOURNAL OF APPLIED SECURITY RESEARCH. 2009;4(4):483–500.
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Haelterman, Harald. “Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security: An ‘Ex Ante’ Consideration of Preventive Measures.” JOURNAL OF APPLIED SECURITY RESEARCH 4.4 (2009): 483–500. Print.
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  abstract     = {This article is about situational crime prevention in the (European) supply chain. It is based on a thorough analysis of two international supply chain security programs, and on the consequent observation that the security measures that form part of these programs can all be classified as situational techniques. One of the main conclusions of the research has been that an 'ex ante' consideration of preventive measures, and a careful consideration of any interdependencies, may prove to be extremely beneficial to the success of future programming. The outcome of these considerations can be applied to rank potential interventions, and decide on the most promising and feasible one(s). In order to facilitate a thorough consideration of the effectiveness, efficiency and acceptability of potential measures, a series of 'success indicators' was developed.},
  author       = {Haelterman, Harald},
  issn         = {1936-1610},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF APPLIED SECURITY RESEARCH},
  keyword      = {acceptability,efficiency,effectiveness,supply chain security measures,interdependencies},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {483--500},
  title        = {Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: an 'ex ante' consideration of preventive measures},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19361610903176294},
  volume       = {4},
  year         = {2009},
}

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