NICP US CPTED CPD Renewal by Joelle Hushen
RFP Announcement by Joelle Hushen
May Webinar Announcement 2022 by Joelle Hushen
US CPTED ASSOCIATION SUMMIT by Joelle Hushen
Awesome shout out from the University of South Florida Department of Criminology in their alumni spotlight to Art Hushen and the NICP. To view the complete newsletter please click here.
Dawn Carlson Director of Community Programs Power Inn Alliance To show our district how easy and successful CPTED principles are, Power Inn Alliance promoted 2017 as “The Year of CPTED.” As a Property and Business Improvement District (PBID), our mission is to improve the economy, safety and cleanliness quality of life for 6.2 square miles…
The NICP has been fortunate to have a longstanding partnership with The Lighting Solutions Center at Hubbell Lighting in Greenville, South Carolina. Please take a look at this video they put out, be sure to check out the 2:35 minute mark.
By Naomi Sweetman, Program Coordinator, Alaska Department of Public Safety
As one travels throughout rural Alaska, one can see a significant diversity in the villages and how the communities are built. Some villages appear to have been well thought out, with the community service structures centralized and easily accessible to everyone. Other communities appear to have been built in a random pattern, almost as if dice were rolled each time a new building was considered. These communities often have public service structures such as the village store, situated far from where community members are living, making access difficult. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a concept that looks at the design of a community as well as physical structures to increase accessibility for the legitimate user and decrease the accessibility for the unwanted user. In other words, the concepts work to make the space more friendly for the law abiding citizen and unfriendly for criminal activity.