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Diagnosis of Insecurity Report in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Towards an Urban Crime Prevention Strategy (Series title)
In 2002, the Government of Papua New Guinea with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and technical assistance from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) launched the Safer Port Moresby Initiative with the express aim of addressing the underlying causes of crime that have accompanied the unprecedented urban growth of Port Moresby. The Safer Port Moresby Initiative (SPMI) is a citywide crime prevention initiative that is built on partnerships with public, private and popular (sector) institutions that can contribute towards crime reduction in the city. The initiative is presently being run from the offices of the Department for Community Development, formally known as the Department of Social Welfare and Development and works closely with the City Government (National Capital District Commission – NCDC).

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ISBN Series Number: 92-1-131698-7
ISBN: - Not available -
HS Number: HS/721/04E
Series Title: Towards an Urban Crime Prevention Strategy
Pages: 76
Year: 2004
Publisher: UN-HABITAT
Co-Publisher : - Not available -
Languages: English
Themes: Safe cities
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Branch/Office: Safer Cities Programme
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