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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Download

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Video Download: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Crime Prevention Through Environment Design (CPTED) is the process of utilizing opportunities with lighting, fencing, landscaping and even building and property maintenance to make your family, your home, your business and your community safer. Rob Pincus shares the fundamental concepts of CPTED and tips for implementing them around your property. Complete with specific suggestions, demonstrations and hypothetical examples, this information can help you avoid the need for personal defense by increasing your overall security. 74 minutes.

Chapters:

  • Seeing and Being Seen
  • Lighting
  • Control Access
  • Establishing Boundaries
  • Hiding Places and Surveilance
  • Maintenance
  • Demystifying CPTED
  • Demystifying CPTED Lighting
  • CPTED Survey Examples
  • CPTED Landscaping Examples
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