Designing Against Today's Threats with CPTED

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About this session:

Protecting facilities against the emerging threats of crime, active assailants/shooters, terrorism, acts of weather, are all posing great challenges to protect the assets of people, information, and property. The proven methodology of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) addressed these threats and vulnerabilities with an all hazard approach that uses a multi-layered approach to reduce the opportunity and fear of crime. CPTED is being adopted by many businesses, and communities to include security and threat assessments to develop a systematic layered approach to make the facilities and its management safer and more secure.

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3/21/2023 11:00:00 AM

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3/21/2023 1:00:00 AM

1. The attendee will learn the importance and timing of conducting a threat risk vulnerability assessment to help determine the security functional design criteria.
2. The attendees will learn the approaches and strategies of CPTED and how they apply to facility management.
3. Attendees will learn the importance of a security layering approach to secure the site, building exterior, and interior environments.
4. Attendees will see good and bad examples of security and CPTED applications used in different building environments.

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