How to Conduct a CPTED Site Assessment in 2019 and Beyond
Situational and environmental crime-control measures, such as crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED), can help deter would-be criminals. But how do you assess your site for vulnerabilities best addressed through CPTED?
This webinar will explain the theory behind CPTED and give examples of applications to correct issues. See real life examples from two experts in the field of CPTED and get solutions you can use.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Explain the concept of CPTED
- Describe the relationship between architectural designs and crime prevention
- Apply recommended solutions
Note: This presentation was originally conducted 15 May 2019. Original registrants are eligible to participant on this program date, as well as access the post-webinar recording with no additional fee. 1 CPE credit eligible upon completion.
Lawrence J. Fennelly, CPOI, CSSM was the 2015 recipient of the ASIS President's Award for many years of encouraging and mentoring security professionals as potential writers and authors, especially women and young professionals. These efforts, as well as your own publications, have positively affected the security Body of Knowledge. Your vision and work toward an annual Security Book of the Year Award was fulfilled with the 2014 inaugural award and this year's second one.