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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED): Designing Critical Infrastructure Security And Protection (DFS650T)

Presented by: Randy I. Atlas, Ph.D., AIA, CPP
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60 minutes
  •  Wed, June 24, 2015
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A Crash Course on the Principles and Strategies of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

This 60 minute, power-packed session by expert speaker Randy I. Atlas Ph.D., AIA, CPP provides a summary, overview and refresher of the principles and strategies of a time-tested security methodology, known as Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). Emphasis will be on the proper application of CPTED with reasonable and attractive security measures in diverse built environments.

The session will explore CPTED considerations of natural surveillance, natural access control, and territoriality (boundary definition and security layering) that enhance site and building design, improves public safety, and gives market advantage to the design and security firms as a value added service.

The webinar will demonstrate techniques for successful integration of security into the architecture process in order to achieve a successful outcome, improve public health and welfare, reduce risk and liability, improve the quality of life experience for the end users, for the property managers, and the security firms who have to patrol and secure the properties

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify risks and threats that challenge contemporary architecture and public spaces. Contemporary threats include street crime, workplace violence, terrorism, and acts of nature. These threats impact the quality of life for the end users and challenge designers and security firms to mitigate these challenges in the built environment.
  • Utilize the CXPTED process in order to develop functional security design requirements that can be assimilated in the architecture process, and thus improve the quality of the finished design by including safety and security criteria in an attractive , functional, and unobtrusive manner.
  • Utilize security layering to increase the difficulty and risk to reach key assets by unauthorized persons and also know to compare as well as contrast the 'transparent' security from overly obtrusive security measures.
  • Locate and utilize resources to federal security standards, and other national and state and local codes and standards, as part of required due diligence phase, and meeting relevant industry standards of care, in order to reduce liability from premises security negligence litigation.

Who Should Attend

  • Design and security architects/engineers
  • Security managers
  • Site security/facility managers and engineers
  • Urban Planners
  • Interior Designers
  • Government security professionals
  • Police and Law Enforcement Security Directors
  • Criminal Justice and Architecture Students
  • Loss prevention and risk manager
  • Maintenance managers
  • Operations managers
  • University and campus security professionals
  • Business Continuity Managers
  • Disaster Recovery Managers
  • HR professionals
  • IT professionals
About Our Speaker(s)

Randy I. Atlas | Safety & Security SpeakerRandy I. Atlas Ph.D., AIA, CPP
Randy Atlas is America’s only architect / criminologist. Atlas received his Doctorate of Criminology from Florida State University, a Masters in Architecture from the University of Illinois, and a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree from University of South Florida. Atlas is president of Atlas Safety & Security Desig... More info

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    Event Title: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED): Designing Critical Infrastructure Security And Protection
    Presenter(s): Randy I. Atlas, Ph.D., AIA, CPP

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