Safety and Security in Transit Environments (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2015
Palgrave Macmillan
Newton, Andrew
XXVIII, 390 p.
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Safety and Security in Transit Environments

An Interdisciplinary Approach

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Ward Adams, Texas State University, USA. Herv Borrion, University College London, UK. Oded Cats, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. Vania Ceccato, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. Marcus Felson, Texas State University, USA. Taku Fujiyama, University College London, UK. Kendra Gentry, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA. Andy Gill, Transport for London, UK. Kazunori Hanyu, Nihon University, Japan. Timothy Hart, Griffith University, Australia. Tokomo Doi Hata, Bunkyo Gakuin University, Japan. Christopher Herrmann, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA. Antonio Iudici, University of Padova, Italy. Karina Landman, University of Pretoria, South Africa. Nancy LaVigne, Urban Institute, USA. Lena Levin, VTI (The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute), Sweden. Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, USA. Terance D. Miethe, University of Nevada, USA. Andrew Newton, University of Huddersfield, UK. Henry Partridge, University College London, UK. Christopher Sedelmeier, University of New Haven, USA. Seiji Shibata, Sagami Women's University, Japan. Trudi Smit, Independent Scholar, South Africa. Martha Smith, Wichita State University, USA. Jana Sochor, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Reka Solymosi, University College London, UK. Adriaan Uittenbogaard, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. Christoffel Venter, University of Pretoria, South Africa. Sung-suk Violet, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA. Qian Wang, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. Douglas Wiebe, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Yoshiko Yamaoka, Aichi Aoitori Medical Welfare Center, Japan.


Preface: Crime in Motion; Marcus Felson PART I: INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY AND SECURITY IN TRANSIT ENVIRONMENTS 1. Aim, Scope, Conceptual Framework and Definitions; Vania Ceccato and Andrew Newton 2. Theoretical Perspectives of Safety and Security in Transit Environments; Andrew Newton and Vania Ceccato PART II: TRANSPORT NODES AND THE MICRO ENVIRONMENT 3. Apple Picking: The Rise of Electronic Device Thefts in Boston Subways; Kendra Gentry 4. An Assessment of Guardianship Opportunities as Provided by the Environments of Transit Stations; Adriaan Cornelis Uittenbogaard 5. The Geography of Pickpocketing at Bus Stops: An Analysis of Grid Cells; Vania Ceccato, Oded Cats and Qian Wang 6. In and Around: Identifying Predictors of Theft Within and Near to Major Mass Underground Transit Systems; Andrew Newton, Henry Partridge and Andy Gill PART III: ON THE MOVE: THE TRANSIT JOURNEY 7. 'Wolves to the Door' or 'Lambs to the Slaughter'? Crime Opportunity Searches on a New Public Transport System; Christopher M. Sedelmaier 8. Adolescents' Fears of Violence in Transit Environments During Daily Activities; Douglas Wiebe, Therese Richmond, Jed Poster, Wensheng Guo, Paul Allison and Charles Branas 9. Crowd Spatial Patterns at Bus Stops: Security Implications and Effects of Warning Messages; Reka Solymosi, Herve Borrion, and Taku Fujiyama PART IV: TRANSIT SYSTEMS AND THE WIDER URBAN ENVIRONMENT: MESO AND MACRO SETTINGS 10. Crime, Transportation and Malignant Mixes; Ward Adams, Christopher R. Herrmann, Marcus Felson 11. Public Bus Stops and the Meso Environment: Understanding the Situational Context of Street Robberies; Timothy Hart and Terance Miethe 12. Areas Where Vulnerable Public Transit Commuters Reside: A Method for Targeting Crime-Prevention and other Resources to Address Local Area Problems; Sung-suk Violet Yu and Martha Smith 13. The Impact of Crime and Neighbourhood Enclosures on Travel Behaviour and Transport Patterns in South Africa; Trudi Smit, Karina Landman and Christoffel Venter 14. Crime in and around Metro Transit Stations: Exploring the Utility of Opportunity Theories of Crime; Nancy La Vigne 15. Perception of Disorder and Crime, and Responses to Them in Japanese Mega Railway Stations; Seiji Shibata, Kazunori Hanyu, Tomoko Doi Hata, Yoshiko Yamaoka PART V: A USER PERSPECTIVE OF TRANSIT SETTINGS 16. Intimidated Riders: US Women's Perspectives About Safety in Transit Settings; Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris 17. Gender Equality and Safety, a Challenge for Transport Planning: Moving Away from Stereotypes and Stereotypical Attitudes and Habits; Lena Levin 18. Sexual Harassment against People with Mental Disabilities in Transit Environments: Implications on Services and Clinics; Antonio Iudici 19. Enhancing Mobility and Perceived Safety via ICT: The Case of a Navigation System for Visually Impaired Users; Jana Sochor 20. Practical Challenges and New Research Frontiers in Transit Safety and Security; Vania Ceccato and Andrew Newton