CPTED: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design - Schools and Parks (RV-10616AW)
This course will cover Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) as it relates to schools and parks. CPTED strategies (Natural Surveillance, Natural Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement, and Maintenance) will be briefly reintroduced and CPTED components (signage, lighting, fencing, landscaping, etc.) will be discussed. Photographs and drawings of these components will show how the proper design and effective use of a space can be achieved via implementing CPTED into the design and/or familiarize the planner so that he/she can work with a CPTED consultant.
Campus Planning & Design
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Select the correct CPTED strategies to protect the public.
List the 3 "Ds" and their purpose in CPTED application.
Apply CPTED design strategies that will protect the safety of the students in educational facilities.
Suggest modifications to park designs that may prevent future criminal activity in a community.
DW MacAdam, MBA, CPD
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