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CPTED United States - ICA WEBCAST:
CPTED AND THE REVIVAL OF URBAN BLIGHT
From 1970’s big box stores to 2020’s virtualization of our life
An event by
CPTED United States - ICA Chapter (provisional)
Thursday, 10 August 2023
10:00 PDT (Los Angeles)
11:00 MDT (Denver)
12:00 CDT (Dallas)
13:00 EDT (New York)
The International CPTED Association proudly announces the second webcast by CPTED United States - ICA Chapter (provisional). Our followers from all the regions are welcome to attend!
The newly formed ICA CPTED USA chapter invites you to participate in an open discussion amongst our chapter members on how CPTED strategies could help to reverse the “revival” of urban blight not seen in our cities since the 1970’s. Participants will touch on the impact of online shopping, remote working, the ongoing mental health and housing crisis amongst other relevant contributors seen through the lens of 1st, 2nd and 3rd Generation CPTED.
The panelists include police officers, CPTED experts, community strategists, urban designers, and criminologists:
- Randy Atlas - Criminologist/Architect
- Pamela B. Daniels - Community Strategist
- Rene Berndt - Architect/School Violence Expert
- Gregory Saville - Policing Expert/Criminologist
- Julie Wartell - Crime Analyst
- Patrick McCully - Police Commander
- Allison Martin - Criminology Professor
- Mia Terrazas - Community Organizer
Our panelists will be answering your questions and facilitating the discussion. If you have any topic-related questions for our guest speakers, please enter them in the relevant section during registration. Alternatively, you can also email questions to us or pose them in the comment box during the live session.
The webcast will be presented in English.
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We look forward to connecting with you!
Who should attend: urban planners and developers, CPTED 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.