Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is defined as a multi-disciplinary approach for reducing crime through urban and environmental design and the management and use of built environments.
CPTED strategies aim to reduce victimisation, deter offender decisions that precede criminal acts, and build a sense of community among inhabitants so they can gain territorial control of areas and reduce opportunities for crime and fear of crime.
CPTED is pronounced "sep-ted" and it is known around the world as Designing Out Crime, defensible space, and other similar terms. (International CPTED Association)
This workshop is designed to enable an advanced level of CPTED understanding for those who already have some knowledge of the concept.
This course will take place on the 14 - 16 March 2022.
This course will cover the following:
- What is Crime?
- What is Crime Prevention?
- Evolution of Crime Prevention Theory and Practice
- Approaches to Security and Crime Prevention
- Interpretation and Implementation Strategies
- Situational Crime Prevention Techniques
- CPTED Fundamentals
- Natural Access Control
- Using Public Space
- Layout and Orientation
- Natural Surveillance
- Introduction to Lighting
- Territoriality and Ownership
- Space Management
- Plans based Case Studies
- How to develop a Graffiti Strategy
- Legislation and Guidelines
- Liability and Litigation
- Understanding of contribution of all disciplines
- 2nd and 3rd Generation CPTED
- SafeGrowth, consultation and building true ownership
CPTED and Urban Design
- Barrier Free Access
- CPTED and Homelessness
- CPTED and Counter-Terrorism
- "How to turn a place around"
- Site Review Exercises
LGNSW has been in collaboration with a Local Government network to offer a three-day Crime Prevention through Environmental Design program that will provide a clear understanding of this proven crime prevention concept within the local context.
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