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CPTED GUIDEBOOK FOR SCHOOLS
Thursday, 18 August 2022
13:00 PDT (e.g. Portland)
14:00 MDT (e.g. Calgary)
15:00 CDT (e.g. Mexico City)
16:00 EDT (e.g. New York)
22:00 CEST (e.g. Amsterdam)
01:30 IST (e.g. New Delhi)
04:00 (+1) HKT (e.g. Hong Kong)
06:00 (+1) AEST (e.g. Sydney)
08:00 (+1) NZST (e.g. Auckland)
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increasing in bullying levels in many schools around the world, the drug use in schools, and many cases of school attacks has forced entities worldwide concerned with education to rethink the creation of productive learning environments while addressing the health-related concerns of learners, parents, educators, and staff. After 12 months of social isolation, we have all experienced how deeply dependent we are on positive social interaction to maintain physical and mental wellbeing.
In the summer of 2019, a group of architectural facility designers, educators, educational researchers, and psychologists from around the world conducted a “safety and security in schools” workshop at the 2019 ICA Global Conference in Cancun, Mexico. The group concluded that the safety and wellbeing of learners must be addressed comprehensively in all three dimensions of human existence: The physical, the social and the psycho-emotional environment. After 18 months of global collaboration, the group is ready to present their pathway for the implementation of this comprehensive approach contained in the guidebook “CPTED in Schools”.
The fundamental principle of the Guide is that a comprehensive prevention strategy must be approached considering the three environments in which human existence develops. The physical environment, the social environment and the psycho-emotional environment. The three environments must interact in a balanced way with each other creating an ecological system in balance.
The ICA CPTED in Schools Guide is organized in a way that clearly shows why, how and when to work with each environment, how to create synergy among them, how to integrate actions into the current school curriculum, among other relevant topics.
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Who should attend: CPTED professionals, school decision-makers/management, school safety/security professionals, NGO representatives working in the field of crime prevention and community development, safety and crime prevention specialists, public officials, safety and security consultants, police officers, academics, students, researchers, policy makers, urban development experts, criminologists, sociologists, social engineers, decision-makers, architects, urban planners & designers, and others.
Director ICA, Ecuador
Secretary ICA, Canada
Director ICA, Portland
Teaching professional, New Zealand
and moderators & special contributors
DR. MACARENA RAU
President ICA, Chile
ICA Co-founder, Denver
Teaching professional, Western Australia