Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects

Ian Hearnden, Andrew Millie, Niall Hamilton-Smith, Jane Willis

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Abstract

This chapter examines the implementation issues faced by projects once work on the ground was under way. First, brief findings on levels of implementation are presented. Project management and staffing – and how varying arrangements impacted on performance – are then examined. Next some of the key generic issues that confronted project managers in developing and steering the ongoing implementation process are discussed. Finally, the chapter looks at how projects monitored their own performance, focusing in particular on their financial management.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery
EditorsNiall Hamilton-Smith
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherThe Home Office
ISBN (Print)1844733815
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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NameHome Office Research Study

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Hearnden, I., Millie, A., Hamilton-Smith, N., & Willis, J. (2004). Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. In N. Hamilton-Smith (Ed.), The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery (Home Office Research Study). London: The Home Office.
Hearnden, Ian ; Millie, Andrew ; Hamilton-Smith, Niall ; Willis, Jane. / Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. editor / Niall Hamilton-Smith. London : The Home Office, 2004. (Home Office Research Study).
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Hearnden, I, Millie, A, Hamilton-Smith, N & Willis, J 2004, Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. in N Hamilton-Smith (ed.), The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. Home Office Research Study, The Home Office, London.

Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. / Hearnden, Ian; Millie, Andrew; Hamilton-Smith, Niall; Willis, Jane.

The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. ed. / Niall Hamilton-Smith. London : The Home Office, 2004. (Home Office Research Study).

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Hearnden I, Millie A, Hamilton-Smith N, Willis J. Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. In Hamilton-Smith N, editor, The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. London: The Home Office. 2004. (Home Office Research Study).