4 Principals
to Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design
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Copyright 2014 Prepared Respons...
Layout & structure of school
buildings greatly impacts its ability to
prevent & mitigate threats &
hazards
Copyright 2...
Integrate the 4 Principals of Crime Prevention
Through Environmental Design to enhance your
school building & grounds sa...
CPTED
Natural Surveillance
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CPTED
Natural Surveillance
Natural Access Control
Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
CPTED
Natural Surveillance
Natural Access Control
Territorial Reinforcement
Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® ww...
CPTED
Natural Surveillance
Natural Access Control
Territorial Reinforcement
Proper Maintenance
Copyright 2014 Prepare...
See & Be Seen
Natural Surveillance
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People are less likely to be violent or take part in
illegal activity if they know they can be seen.
Increase presence i...
Natural Access Control
Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
Guide people to areas where
you want them to go and out
of areas where you don’t.
Have well-marked entrances
and exits...
That is
Your Area
Territorial
Reinforcement
This is My Area
Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedrespo...
Clearly define your school boundaries with
fencing, landscaping and signs. Well
marked areas direct the flow of traffic ...
Proper Maintenance
Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
Keep buildings properly maintained by quickly
removing graffiti and trash, fix broken windows,
keep school hallways clea...
Want to learn more about how you can
increase your school safety?
Visit www.preparedresponse.com to learn how you
can e...
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Prevent Crime Through Environmental Design

The layout and structure of your school buildings greatly impacts its ability to prevent and mitigate threats and hazards. To increase your campus security integrate the four Principals of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to enhance your school building and grounds safety. Learn how Rapid Responder enhances your ability to incorporate CPTED with integrated IP camera access, camera locations, aerial images with annotation of barriers, and ability to log school ground maintenance to identify areas needing increased presence. www.preparedresposne.com P. 206.315.9851 | 206.315.9850
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Prevent Crime Through Environmental Design

  • 1. 4 Principals to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design www.preparedresponse.com Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.®
  • 2. Layout & structure of school buildings greatly impacts its ability to prevent & mitigate threats & hazards Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 3. Integrate the 4 Principals of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design to enhance your school building & grounds safety Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 4. CPTED Natural Surveillance Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 5. CPTED Natural Surveillance Natural Access Control Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 6. CPTED Natural Surveillance Natural Access Control Territorial Reinforcement Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 7. CPTED Natural Surveillance Natural Access Control Territorial Reinforcement Proper Maintenance Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 8. See & Be Seen Natural Surveillance Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 9. People are less likely to be violent or take part in illegal activity if they know they can be seen. Increase presence in high traffic areas Keep areas well lit Eliminate hiding places Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 10. Natural Access Control Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 11. Guide people to areas where you want them to go and out of areas where you don’t. Have well-marked entrances and exits, guiding visitors to the central office first. Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 12. That is Your Area Territorial Reinforcement This is My Area Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 13. Clearly define your school boundaries with fencing, landscaping and signs. Well marked areas direct the flow of traffic and discourage non-school-related traffic from passing on school grounds. Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 14. Proper Maintenance Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 15. Keep buildings properly maintained by quickly removing graffiti and trash, fix broken windows, keep school hallways clear and clean landscaping. “Signs of disorder” attract disorderly behavior that may turn into violent acts. Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com
  • 16. Want to learn more about how you can increase your school safety? Visit www.preparedresponse.com to learn how you can empower your school’s safety ability info@preparedresponse.com P. 206.315.9850 | 206.315.9851 Copyright 2014 Prepared Response, Inc.® www.preparedresponse.com