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ADVANCED CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN TRAINING

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is based on the principle that proper design and effective use of buildings and public spaces in neighborhoods can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life.

DESCRIPTION

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is based on the principle that proper design and effective use of buildings and public spaces in neighborhoods can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life.  Learn how to assess conditions in your neighborhood and apply practical access control (doors, fences), surveillance (lighting, windows, landscaping), territorial reinforcement (signs, sidewalks, ordinances), and maintenance (code enforcement, community clean ups) to improve your community, your neighborhood, and/or your home.

TRAINING GOAL

The Advanced CPTED course provides additional intense practical applications of the basic CPTED.  The participants will study more comprehensively lighting, landscaping, and traffic calming strategies and also review design plans and make suggestions for changes and enhancement based on previous learning.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This training is designed for local law enforcement, local city and private planners, government officials, business leaders, community activists, crime prevention practitioners, and leaders looking for innovative ways to prevent crime in their communities.

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this training, participants can be expected to:

1.    Review of CPTED theory, and principles and how they apply to problem solving, community    planning, and safety and security assessments
2.    Participate in intense, hands-on, practicums on applying CPTED principles in your community
3.    Examine more comprehensively lighting, landscaping, traffic calming strategies, cul-de-sacs, chicanes, park and recreation areas, parking facilities, and their applications within your community
4.    Learn and review site plans and make suggestions for changes and enhancement based on CPTED principles
5.    Learn how CPTED principles can play a role in your overall community planning

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