"CPTED" Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.
CPTED is based on the premise that the proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the incidence and fear of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life. The Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre is committed to offering crime prevention training opportunities that help create a strong network of trained crime prevention professionals in Central Alberta.
CPTED basic Is a two-day course developed to introduce the CPTED principles of Natural Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement, and Maintenance. This classroom course focuses on reducing crime opportunities by modifying the environment. Students will be introduced to how the physical environment can have a direct relationship on human behaviour. CPTED uses various tools to evaluate environmental conditions and utilizes intervention methods to control criminal and nuisance behaviour.
CPTED ADVANCED is a three-day course that explores the CPTED principles of Natural Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement, and Maintenance. The Advanced Course provides an in-depth look at how CPTED principles can be incorporated into communities, neighbourhood design, public spaces, transportation, and schools. Registrants must have successfully completed a CPTED BASIC course to enroll in this course.
Both these courses provide hands-on experience and are taught by qualified instructors with a Professional CPD Designation. You will receive a certificate upon completion.
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