Crime Reduction Toolkit - Terms & Conditions of Use

The Crime Reduction Toolkit is designed to provide information for practitioners and decision-makers to assist them in making choices, using the best-available evidence on interventions to reduce crime.
The College of Policing Ltd ("the College") does not accept liability derived from the incorrect use of the Toolkit and reserves the right to update, delete, limit or block the access to the same, temporarily or permanently, whenever it considers necessary and appropriate.

The Toolkit is intended to inform decision-making and not to replace it. Decisions based on information contained in the Toolkit are the responsibility of local practitioners or decision-makers.  People using the Toolkit are reminded that it is their responsibility to interpret the information, in the light of their local context.  Evidence about what has worked in one context does not necessarily mean it will work in another.  

While we have taken every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in the Toolkit, we accept no liability for any errors, omissions or misleading statements within.  If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them as quickly as possible.

This Toolkit may include references to third party research and publications.  We're not responsible for, and cannot guarantee the accuracy of, the content of those third party materials or any related material. We don't assume any responsibility for the information found in any linked websites.

The content of this Toolkit is subject to copyright protection.  Unless otherwise stated, the College is the owner of the intellectual property rights, and is entitled to make use of the intellectual property rights, in the images, texts, designs and other content or elements in this Toolkit. Where third party materials are referenced in the Toolkit or otherwise, the copyright of such material remains with the respective copyright holders. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.

For further information on the copyright policy for the College of Policing Limited and licensing arrangements, please contact us.

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