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Crime prevention (CPTED) strategies

Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) is a rapidly growing field of study and experimentation which attempts to apply physical design, citizen participation, and law enforcement strategies in a comprehensive, planned way to entire neighborhoods, structures or residences, as well as to specific urban subsystems such as, public schools and transportation systems. Crime remains an indisputable fact of life for many, if not most, members of modern society.  

The ability of the criminal justice system to single-handedly alleviate crime and fear in society has been questioned by both proponents and opponents. However, the application of environmental design concepts by the crime prevention practitioner can be as cost-effective as the design of crime risk management systems for individual clients. 

  • Assessment of natural access, natural surveillance, territorial reinforcement & security management
  • Physical reinforcement & target hardening
  • Built environment, defensible space, transport, land space & urban design
  • Building grounds, perimeter & interior security strategies
  • Construction standards strategies
  • Independent 'Safer by Design' reports (Council DA applications)
  • Transportation security strategies
  • Citizen/police support strategies
  • CCTV planning and implementation (policies& procedures)
  • Lighting assessments, planning & impacts
  • Criminal psychopathy and juvenile delinquency
  • Terrorism threat, violent economic crime & crimes of intimidation
  • Member Australian Institue of Professional Investigators - AIPI

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