Biblioteca digital

Esta biblioteca contiene una selección de documentos con información importante para el análisis y la reducción de la criminalidad. La información disponible es muy variada por lo que hemos organizado los documentos en los siguientes tipos:

1. Documentos gubernamentales: métodos y análisis espacial.

  • 2009. Ratcliffe, Jerry .Integrated Intelligence and Crime Analysis: Enhanced Information Management for LE Leaders. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2008. Braga, Anthony A .Crime Prevention Research Review No. 2: Police Enforcement Strategies to Prevent Crime in Hot Spot Areas. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2007. La Vigne, Nancy. Mapping for Community-Based Prisoner Reentry Efforts: A Guidebook for Law Enforcement Agencies and Their Partners. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Bynum, Timothy. Using Analysis for Problem-Solving: A Guidebook for Law Enforcement. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Schmerler, Karin, Matt Perkins, Scott Phillips, Tammy Rinehart and Meg Townsen. Problem-Solving Tips: A Guide to Reducing Crime and Disorder through Problem-Solving Partnerships. U.S. Department of Justice
  • 2006. Home Office. Criminal damage - Problem analysis. Home Office, UK.
  • 2006. Home Office. Crime Statistics User Perspectives Report 30. Home Office, UK.
  • 2005. Clarke, Ronald and John Eck. Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers in 60 Small Steps. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2005. Alberto R. Gonzales, Regina B. Schofield and Sarah V. Hart. Mapping Crime: Understanding Hot Spots. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2004. Eck, John. Assessing Responses to Problems: An Introductory Guide for Police Problem-Solvers. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2003. Boba, Rachel. Problem Analysis in Policing. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2001. Velasco, Mary. Manual of Crime Analysis Map Production. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2001. Boba, Rachel. Introductory Guide to Crime Analysis and Mapping. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2000. Police Foundation. Geocoding in Law Enforcement. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2000. Boba, Rachel. Guidelines to Implement and Evaluate Crime Analysis and Mapping in Law Enforcement. Police Foundation and the U.S. Department of Justice.

2. Documentos gubernamentales: políticas locales contra el crimen.

  • 2009. Geller, Bill and Lisa Belsky. A Policymaker’s Guide to Building Our Way Out of Crime. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2009. Diamond, Drew and Deirdre Mead Weiss. Advancing Community Policing Through Community Governance: A Framework Document. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2008. Holloway, Katy, Trevor Bennett, and David P. Farrington. Crime Prevention Research Review No. 3: Does Neighborhood Watch Reduce Crime? U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2008. Gayle Fisher-Stewart. Community Policing Explained: A Guide for Local Governments. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2007. Zahm, Diane. Using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design in Problem-Solving. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Barthe, Emmanuel. Crime Prevention Publicity Campaigns. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Ratcliffe, Jerry. Video Surveillance of Public Places. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Scott, Michael. The Benefits and Consequences of Police Crackdowns. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2006. Myhill, Andy. Community engagement in policing: Lessons from the literature. Home Office, UK.
  • 2006. Home Office. Changingbehaviour to prevent crime: an incentives-based approach. Home Office, UK.
  • 2006. Home Office. Environmental approaches to tackling vandalism. Home Office, UK.
  • 2005. Home Office. Tackling fear of crime and disorder in the community. Home Office, UK.
  • 2004. Clarke, Ronald. Closing Streets and Alleys to Reduce Crime: Should You Go Down This Road? U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 2000. Scott, Michael. Problem-Oriented Policing: Reflections on the First 20 Years. U.S. Department of Justice.
  • 1999. Sampson, Ranaand Michael S. Scott. Tackling Crime and Other Public-Safety Problems: Case Studies in Problem-Solving. U.S. Department of Justice.

3. Programas, leyes, acuerdos e informes de seguridad pública y procuración de justicia.

  • 2009. 3er Informe de Labores. PGJDF. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2009. Ley General del Sistema Nacional de Seguridad Pública.SSP. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2008. Acuerdo Nacional por la Seguridad, la Justicia y la Legalidad. SEGOB. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2008. Programa Nacional de Seguridad Pública, 2008-2012.SSP. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2008. Programa Sectorial de Seguridad Pública, 2007-2012.SSP. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2008. Programa de Seguridad Pública, 2007-2012. Seguridad y Justicia para la Ciudad de México. SSPDF. Distrito Federal, México.
  • 2008. Programa Sectorial de Procuración de Justicia, 2007-2012. PGR. Distrito Federal, México.

*Nota: En este listado, el año se refiere a la fecha de publicación.

4. Estadísticas Judiciales de México.

  • 2008. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2007. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2006. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2005. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2004. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2003. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2002. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 2001. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.
  • 1999. Estadísticas judiciales en materia penal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. INEGI, México.

*Nota: En este listado, el año se refiere al periodo de cobertura temporal de los datos.