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J R Roberts, Mary Osborne, and  David M. Kennedy
Photo courtesy of Diane Dodd Photography, Savannah Georgia

J R Roberts holding his well-worn copy of David M. Kennedy’s important work on crime reduction: Don’t Shoot One Man, a Street Fellowship and the End of Violence in Inner-City America.

David (pictured far right) is the Director of the Centre for Crime Prevention and Control and a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

David and J R share a passion for the implementation of creative strategies for the identification and reduction of criminogenic conditions in America.

Pictured at center is Savannah City Alderwoman Mary Osborne.


Photos from the 24th Annual
Center for Problem Oriented Policing in Dayton, Ohio

JR Roberts and Michael ScottJ. R. with the Director of the Center for Problem Oriented Policing, Michael Scott. Michael is on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin School of Law (His J D is from Harvard) and is a former police chief.  

Michael's passion and commitment to Problem Oriented Policing over the past two decades has introduced these revolutionary paradigms to police departments not only across the United States, but throughout the world.


J. R. Roberts and Dr. John EckHere I am with Dr. John Eck - John is one of the smartest men I know. On the faculty of the University of Cincinnati, John has a Ph.D. in Economics as well as Criminology. He has been extensively published and is one of the leading lights in understanding crime and what helps to prevent it. I am particularly please to call John a friend.




Greg Saville and JR RobertsThe big guy on the left is Greg Saville of Safe-Growth. Many of those that know my work know that for many years I was mentored by the late Tim Crowe on CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design).

Greg has picked up the mantle for a "second generation" CPTED model. He is a gifted and enthusiastic ambassador of CPTED and his Safe-Growth Blog is one of the best written, thoughtful, and insightful reads on the subject.



Sandeep Broca, JR Roberts, and Sgt. Neil StandringI am pictured here with Crime Analyst Sandeep Broca and Sgt. Neil Standring of the London Metropolitan Police in Enfield. Their presentation deservedly won the Hermann Goldstein Award and reflects the International influence of Problem Oriented Policing.

Attendees this year included representatives from Argentina. Chile, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the Ukraine among many others.





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