Campus & Community Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)

Organization(s): Columbia University Public Safety Department

Aug 19, 2019Aug 21, 2019

This course is designed for K-12 and higher education police/public safety, local law enforcement, government officials, and other business leaders, community volunteers, and crime prevention practitioners. It will provide the latest information, tools, and resources in the area of CPTED, including how to conduct quality security and CPTED surveys, lighting, landscaping/maintenance, target hardening, alarm systems & technology, crime prevention resources, and current best and promising practices. New information on target-hardening for large outdoor venues and vehicle-ramming defense has also been added to the new curriculum.

Location: New York, NY
Price: Registration Fee
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