WHAT IS CPTED?
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, or CPTED (pronounced sep-ted), is based on a theory that through proper design and effective use of built environments, the incidence of crime and the fear of crime can diminish and the general quality of life can improve for a community. CPTED provides principles for planning and designing safe communities and improving safety measure of existing developments.
The course covers the general principles of CPTED, including crime prevention and security strategies, a thorough analysis of proper design and development applications and ways to develop community partnerships in an effort to apply CPTED to all types city developments. Interactive work is included in the training to help participants diagnose problems and formulate effective responses.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Law enforcement professionals, city and private planners, government officials and other crime prevention practitioners and leaders who are looking to innovative ways to prevent crime in their communities.
The MCPA has a block of rooms reserved at the Grand Stay Hotel & Suites, 2200 West Frontage Rd, Stillwater, which is two miles from the training location. Contact the hotel directly at 651.430.2699, speak with the manager (Abdul) and ask for the "CPTED" rate ($105+tax/day).