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G S Bajpai

G S Bajpai
G S Bajpai
Department of Criminology and criminal Justice
National Law University


Dr Bajpai held many prestigious international assignments for advanced research in criminal law and criminal justice. He has been to the University of Paris (France) under UGC Indo-French Cultural Exchange Programme (1999) to work on Victims position in French Criminal Justice System. He was also the recipient of prestigious Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship at the Department of Criminology, University of Leicester, UK for an advanced research and teaching ( in Crime reduction ) for the year 2003-04. Dr Bajpai also visited International Victimology Institute, Tokiwa University, Japan for delivering invited lectures in July 2007. Besides, he was also selected under the Indo-Russia Cultural Exchange programme to visit St. Petesburg ( 2007)and Indo-Hungarian Cultural Exchange Programme to carry out research in Budapest (2009). In 2010, Prof. Bajpai was conferred a visiting fellowship of ICSSR under the Indo-NWO Exchange of Scholars and under this visit he carried out significant research at the International Victimology Institute, Faculty of Law, University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. Apart from visiting the International Criminal Court at Hague, Prof Bajpai delivered key lectures at several universities like VU University, Amsterdam. He has been identified by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York to author a case study on Bhopal Ges Tragedy which was published from the Cambridge Press, US.

Research Interest

Criminology & criminal law,
Legal research method,
Human rights issue in criminal justice process,Cyber laws, forensic science, law and development etc



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Sociology and Criminology-Open Access - Situational Crime Prevention Strategies

Situational crime prevention (SCP) seeks to influence the offender’s decision or ability to commit crimes at particular Places and times by way of particularly designed measures

Importance of the 25 Techniques

Help to systematize our knowledge, Provides a stimulus for research, The techniques may overlap - Increasing efforts can also increase risks, Some preventive measures can serve more than one purpose, Best used to help further thinking at the Response phase of the SARA process

Not all techniques are equally suitable for all types of crimes.  For example:

Removing excuses may be most effective  for dealing with “everyday” crimes, Reducing provocations may be most effective in closed environments

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