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Snippets and Notes THE TILLEY AWARDS The Tilley Awards, named after Professor Nick Tilley of this Journal’s Editorial Board and administered by the Home Office, highlight successes in problem oriented policing through partnership approaches to crime reduction. The 2004 winner was Sergeant Andy Goldsmith, Staffordshire Police, for ‘Safe and Secure – Twenty Four Seven’. The scheme focused on a troublesome lorry park, involved stakeholders and led to a 62% reduction in crime. The runners-up were Inspector Chris Weingold, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and Chief Inspector Julie Earle of Hampshire for, respectively, projects on fire-related disorder and vehicle crime. Further information available from: www.homeoffice.gov.uk SPECIALIST PROSECUTORS FOR ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR In April, the Home Office announced the establishment of a team of specialist prosecutors for pursuing anti-social behaviour cases through the courts. They will also be able to apply for ASBOs. They will be based in 12 Crown Prosecution Service areas. Further information available from: www.homeoffice.gov.uk NATIONAL OFFENDER MANAGER APPOINTED Christine Knott CBE, currently Chief Officer of Greater Manchester Probation Area, has been appointed as the first National Offender Manager for England and Wales. She will be responsible to the Chief Executive of the National Offender Management Service, Martin Narey, for reducing the offending http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Safer Communities Emerald Publishing

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Safer Communities , Volume 3 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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1757-8043
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10.1108/17578043200400023
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THE TILLEY AWARDS The Tilley Awards, named after Professor Nick Tilley of this Journal’s Editorial Board and administered by the Home Office, highlight successes in problem oriented policing through partnership approaches to crime reduction. The 2004 winner was Sergeant Andy Goldsmith, Staffordshire Police, for ‘Safe and Secure – Twenty Four Seven’. The scheme focused on a troublesome lorry park, involved stakeholders and led to a 62% reduction in crime. The runners-up were Inspector Chris Weingold, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and Chief Inspector Julie Earle of Hampshire for, respectively, projects on fire-related disorder and vehicle crime. Further information available from: www.homeoffice.gov.uk SPECIALIST PROSECUTORS FOR ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR In April, the Home Office announced the establishment of a team of specialist prosecutors for pursuing anti-social behaviour cases through the courts. They will also be able to apply for ASBOs. They will be based in 12 Crown Prosecution Service areas. Further information available from: www.homeoffice.gov.uk NATIONAL OFFENDER MANAGER APPOINTED Christine Knott CBE, currently Chief Officer of Greater Manchester Probation Area, has been appointed as the first National Offender Manager for England and Wales. She will be responsible to the Chief Executive of the National Offender Management Service, Martin Narey, for reducing the offending

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Safer CommunitiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2004

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