MSU to offer CPTED certificate training – June 2-4, 2021
The MSU Complete Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Certificate Training is a three-day course that focuses on understanding the relationship between the physical environment and criminal opportunities.
The MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction is hosting the next Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) certificate program June 2-4, 2021 via Zoom. This program is coordinated by Linda Nubani, assistant professor of interior design.
The Complete CPTED Certificate Training is a three-day course that focuses on understanding the relationship between the physical environment and criminal opportunities.
Participants will be introduced to theories on crimes, offender’s decision-making process in relation to the physical environment and principals of CPTED.
Instruction will be a combination of lectures, in-class exercises/assessments and a field assessment. Lectures will cover the following topics:
- Theories in criminology (Rational Choice Theory, Routine Activity Theory, Situational Crime Prevention).
- CPTED background/principals (surveillance, access, territoriality and maintenance).
- Color Psychology/materials.
- Traffic calmers.
- Terror mitigation.
- Use of art.
- Public restrooms.
- Use of charrettes in community engagement to reduce crime.
- Case studies: Bank robberies, convenient stores, car theft, residential homes, emergency departments/hospitals, schools, university buildings, parks, and correctional facilities.
To receive certification participants will need to complete a final exam.
When: June 2-4, 2021.
Where: Virtually via zoom
Who: Planners, developers, landlords, business owners, law enforcement and anyone interested in understanding crime prevention through environmental design.
Register: Register online today