Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is defined as a multi-disciplinary approach for reducing crime through urban and environmental design and the management and use of built environments. CPTED strategies aim to reduce victimization, deter offender decisions that precede criminal acts, and build a sense of community among inhabitants so they can gain territorial control of areas and reduce opportunities for crime and fear of crime. CPTED is pronounced ‘sep-ted’ and it is known around the world as Designing Out Crime, defensible space, and other similar terms.
ICA Secures Support of Mexican Government for 2019 ICA Conference
The 2019 ICA Conference Planning Committee has been working hard behind the scenes to organize the ICA Conference that will be held in August 2019 in Cancun, Mexico. This week the ICA President Macarena Rau and ICA Mexico President Mercedes Escudero held a number of presentations and meetings with the Governor of State of Mexico to secure support for the Conference. You can watch Macarena's presentation to the Governor of State of Mexico here.
Announcing the 2019 ICA Conference to be held 28-30 August 2019 in
Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
CPTED: Civil Society and Public Policy in Violence Prevention and Community Development
More details and call for abstracts to follow soon!
A New ICA White Paper - CPTED and Homelessness
CPTED and Homelessness is a product of the 2015 International CPTED Association conference. Authored by Gregory Saville and Randall Atlas, this paper offers guidelines to CPTED practitioners regarding homelessness.
For other ICA White Papers, click here
CPTED Manual For Police Implemented by 11 EU Organizations
A project co-funded by the European Union Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union has developed and implemented this manual for police throughout Europe and internationally. You can download the manual in English version here.
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