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crime prevention

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Transcript of crime prevention

Crime Prevention Design
Introduction
Strategy 1
Add public spaces in community such as street park
Stratety 2
Improve the street environment
Conclusion
Outline
1 Introduction

2 Five Strategies

3 Conclusion

4 Discussion
Disadvantage
CPTED:
Crime Prevention Through Environment Design
The success of CPTED is based on 5 components


Natural surveillance
Natural access control


"
Surveillance
involves the location and use
of physical features, mechanical and electrical
devices and people, such as neighbourhood
watch, to maximise
visibility
."
Massoomeh HM, Aldrin A, Nordin AR & Mohammad JMT, 2012, ‘The influence of crime prevention through environment design on victimization and fear of crime’, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 32, pp.79-88.


Background Knowledge
1 Land pressure
2 High risk to become crime hotspots

Street parks with good design and management could attract many resident to leisure.
Natural territorial reinforcement
2 Separate the driveway and footwalk.
1 add public facilities on the two side of street
Challenges
1 Time and money issue

2 Boundary problem --- Natural access control
Strategy 3
Functional diversification
Strategy 4
Residential area should be accessible
Strategy 5
Reasonable light environment
Discussion
Thank you !
Eg: Use parking spaces as median
Eg: Add benches, flower border...
Parks are crime hotspots when there is no activity
The function of the residential area should not limit on habitation.
Accessible for cycling and pedestrian
Accessible for the disabled, baby and old people
Problem
Energy and financial issue

Which street make you feel safe?
"If offenders perceive that they can be
observed
, they may be less likely to offend..."
Maintenance and target hardening
Support activity
Drawback
Function diversification of residential area will increase external population and enhance population mobility that has potential crime risk.
Crime prevention can be promoted by communication.
Five different environment designs to enhance daily communication to promote neighborhood relationship.
Community communication help to reduce crime rate
When creating lighting design, avoid poorly placed lights that create
blind-spots
.
Siti RMS & Aldrin A, 2010, ‘Measuring Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in a Gated Residential Area: A Pilot Survey’, Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol.42, pp.340-349, 2012.
Reference
Douglas DP, Abraham W, Richard CR & Ralph BT, 1993, ‘ THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT OF STREET CRIME: DEFENSIBLE SPACE, TERRITORIALITY AND INCIVILITIES’, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol.13, pp. 29-49, 1993.
Massoomeh HM, Aldrin A, Nordin AR & Mohammad JMT, 2012, ‘The influence of crime prevention through environment design on victimization and fear of crime’, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 32, pp.79-88, 2012.
Patricia LB & Paul JB, 1993, ‘NODES, PATHS AND EDGRS: CINSUDERARATIONS ON THE COMPLECITY OF CIME AND THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT’, Journal of Environment Psychology, vol.13, pp.3-28, 1993.


Siti RMS & Aldrin A, 2010, ‘Measuring Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in a Gated Residential Area: A Pilot Survey’, Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol.42, pp.340-349, 2012.
Sarah F, Billie G & Matthew K, 2010,’Neighborhood design and fear of crime: A social-ecological examination of correlates of residents’ fear in new suburban housing developments’, Health & Place, vol.16, pp. 1156-1165, 2010.
Environment design or police station, which one you prefer to? Why?
Reduce Crime Rate
Safe community environment
Surveillance
Harmonious Neighborhood
communication
If you are a designer,which part you more care about, safety, comfortable environment or just economic benefit ?
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