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    Irvin Waller has spent four decades taking scientific knowledge to legislators and getting action. He has advised over 40 governments across the world on how to reduce crime and protect victims.

    CRIME VICTIMS – ASSIST AND PROTECT RIGHTS

    STOP CRIME – INVEST IN REDUCING CRIME

The Province of Alberta, Canada

Alberta, CanadaThe Province of Alberta, Canada became the first jurisdiction in the world to invest in a sustained and comprehensive strategy to use evidence to reduce crime and respect crime victims’ rights. It has invested $500 million in new money in a combination of smart enforcement, pre-crime treatment programs and social prevention to reduce crime over 3 years.

Safe Communities, Alberta Justice

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Member, Committee, White Paper on Safety and Security, Minister of Safety and Security of South Africa

Member, Committee, White Paper on Safety and Security, Minister of Safety and Security of South AfricaThis task force faced the challenge of high rates of interpersonal violence in South Africa during the Mandela years by recommending ways in the White Paper on Safety and Security for local and regional government to tackle the causes of violence and apply research results to stop violence.

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Commissioner, National Criminal Justice Commission, Washington, D.C.

This non-governmental commission replicated the Presidential Commissions in the 1960´s by analyzing the problems of crime and incarceration in the USA. It looked to applying the results of research to halting violence as well as implementing international standards to advance the human rights of victims of crime.

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  • ORDER BOOKS

    • Rights for Victims of Crime:  Rebalancing Justice
    • Smarter Crime Control: A Guide to a Safer Future for Citizens, Communities, and Politicians
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