Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Rick Draper and
No 2004/13, PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building from OECD Publishing
Applying CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) strategies to schools can significantly contribute to a safer learning environment by influencing the behaviour of students and visitors. CPTED has three overlapping primary concepts that are intended to reduce opportunities for crime as well as fear of crime: access control, surveillance and territorial reinforcement.
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