Archive: Integrating crime prevention into urban design and planning

Archive: Integrating crime prevention into urban design and planning

Integrating crime prevention into urban design and planning: From European procedures to local delivery methods

Journal of Place Management & Development, Special issue 9.2: Crime Prevention through Urban Design, Planning & Management.

by Caroline Davey and Andrew Wootton

Abstract

This paper aims to understand the delivery of crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) across Europe – from European-wide procedures through national schemes to effective local strategies.

In-depth research is required to appreciate subtle differences between local approaches and conceptual models developed to better understand approaches and methods.


You can read the full article on the Journal of Place Management & Development (free for IPM members).