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Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: theory for best practice

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The latest in the ASIS Foundation's Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) report series, Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security, authored by Harald Haelterman, PhD, provides a reference guide on how best to approach the introduction of situational crime prevention program in a business environment. The report focuses on situational crime prevention in domestic and international supply chains and presents a consecutive six-stage approach, emphasizing the importance of addressing challenges early in the process and focusing on the selection of alternative measures to mitigate identified and acknowledged risks.
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Supply Chain Security, Situational Crime Prevention

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Haelterman, Harald. 2013. “Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security: Theory for Best Practice.” CRISP Reports : Connecting Research in Security to Practice. Alexandria, United States of America: ASIS Foundation Research Council.
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Haelterman, H. (2013). Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: theory for best practice. CRISP Reports : Connecting Research in Security to Practice. Alexandria, United States of America: ASIS Foundation Research Council.
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Haelterman H. Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: theory for best practice. CRISP Reports : Connecting Research in Security to Practice. Alexandria, United States of America: ASIS Foundation Research Council; 2013.
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Haelterman, Harald. “Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security: Theory for Best Practice.” CRISP Reports : Connecting Research in Security to Practice 2013 : n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The latest in the ASIS Foundation's Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) report series, Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security, authored by Harald Haelterman, PhD, provides a reference guide on how best to approach the introduction of situational crime prevention program in a business environment. The report focuses on situational crime prevention in domestic and international supply chains and presents a consecutive six-stage approach, emphasizing the importance of addressing challenges early in the process and focusing on the selection of alternative measures to mitigate identified and acknowledged risks.},
  author       = {Haelterman, Harald},
  isbn         = {9781934904442},
  keywords     = {Supply Chain Security,Situational Crime Prevention},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {60},
  publisher    = {ASIS Foundation Research Council},
  series       = {CRISP Reports : Connecting Research in Security to Practice},
  title        = {Situational crime prevention and supply chain security: theory for best practice},
  year         = {2013},
}