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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, CPTED, is based on a theory that through proper design and effective use of built environments, the incidence of crime and the fear of crime can diminish, and the general quality of life can improve for a community. This course proves the principles for planning and designing safe communities and improving safety measures of existing structures.

This one day workshop covers the general principles of CPTED, including crime prevention and security strategies, a thorough analysis of proper design and development in an effort to incorporate CPTED principles into security operations and training.


Dr Garner Clancey

BA (Macquarie) MCrim (Hons) PhD (Sydney)

Senior Lecturer

The University of Sydney


Dr Leanne Monchuk

Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Policing, Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences

School of Human and Health Sciences

Member, Applied Criminology and Policing Centre


• Refreshments and lunch

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Library at The Dock - Activities Room 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade Docklands Melbourne 3008 Australia

Organiser Information

Pascal Engler
ASIS International Victoria Australia
0418 557 661

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