CPTED 101: Crime Prevention Through Envrionmental Design--The Fundamentals

Jan 01, 2010

CPTED 101 applies the basic rules of Crime Prevention Through Envrionmental Design to both new and existing schools and is built on three simple concepts: natural surveillance, natural access control, and territoriality. Natural surveillance defines the physical ability to see what's going on in and around the school. Natural access control is the ability to define (and enforce) who gets into the school. Teritoriality refers to measures that reinforce ownership over the school.

Tod Schneider
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National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (National Institute of Building Sciences)

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