DIRECT CRIME PREVENTION SURVEYS
In this lesson you will learn to administer a crime prevention survey program.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Direct, monitor, and review a crime prevention survey.
You will have this subcourse, paper and pencil.
To demonstrate competency of this task you must achieve a minimum
score of 70 percent on the subcourse examination.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following
publications: CIDR 195-1.
CIDR 195-1 establishes policy for conducting crime prevention surveys (CPSs) and
for developing CID command CPS programs. It prescribes policies, responsibilities,
and procedures for scheduling, conducting, reporting, and processing crime
prevention surveys by investigative and staff elements of the command.
describes the processes for establishing basic programs at all levels and details
the different types of surveys. It explains the content of the individual reports
and formats including the use of applicable forms. This regulation is applicable
to HQ, USACIDC, all elements subordinate thereto, and all other CID elements of the
Department of the Army.
PART A - DEFINITIONS
Crime Prevention Survey. A crime prevention survey is a formally recorded review
and analysis of existing conditions within a specified facility, activity, or area.
It is used for the purpose of identifying conditions or procedures conducive to
criminal activity. It is also used for minimizing or eliminating the opportunity
to commit a criminal offense or to engage in criminal activity.
It seeks to
determine the nature, extent, and underlying causes of crime.
It provides the