Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
32 Hour Training Course / 3.0 CEUs / Tuition: $550.00 / KLEC Approved
What is Crime Prevention through Environmental Design or CPTED? Put simply, it is a way to design out crime.
CPTED is based on the concept that proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in both the incidence and fear of crime while also improving quality of life.
Strategies implemented from this multi-discipline approach have been adopted by numerous national and international professional organizations. Now is the time for crime prevention practitioners, law enforcement officers, community planners, landscape architects, city officials, educators and other key professionals involved in facility planning, design, development, business owners and managers, educators and individual home owners to learn how to effectively utilize CPTED strategies to prevent crime in their businesses, schools, neighborhoods and overall communities in a way that is safe, attractive and cost-effective!
Stan is a Certified Crime-Free Trainer. The Crime-Free program utilizes innovative crime prevention strategies that will help reduce crime and the fear of crime using a combination of techniques and resources. These techniques and resources can be used in commercial and business applications and they are also used in residential housing applications including single-family, multi-unit, rental or mobile housing. For additional information on Crime-Free visit http://www.crime-free-association.org.
Participants will learn how the design and use of spaces influences behavior as well as participate in a practical exercise involving a site visit and earn a Basic CPTED certificate!
Course Topics and Areas of Study:
- CPTED concepts and principals
- Behavior and the physical (built) environment
- Vehicular and pedestrian traffic issues as it relates to access and safety
- CPTED as a means of economic revitalization
- Planning process including land use, zoning, codes and ordinances
- CPTED assessments and plan review
- Data collection, analysis, presentations and reports
- Practical exercise involving site visits
- Discussion of participant issues or local problem
Who Should Attend:
Law enforcement and public safety personnel (patrol officers, neighborhood and district resource officers, crime prevention officers), security and safety personnel, municipal leaders and employees (planning and zoning, code enforcement personnel, permits, inspections and licensing officers), business owners, building and apartment managers, architects and planners, community and neighborhood association members
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