National Institute of Crime PreventionCPTED TrainingContact:JoelleHushen
Home235 Apollo Beach Blvd. #250Apollo BeachFlorida33572United StateshomeWork Phone:8646084894workInitial Date CPD Earned: January 1, 1999
Initial Date CPD Earned - National Institute of Crime Prevention19990101000000Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2030
Date CPD Expires - National Institute of Crime Prevention20301231000000Website:NICP CPTED NetworkWebsite:National Institute of Crime Prevention
CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATION (CPD)
Why should I earn the CPTED Professional Designation (CPD)?
Earning the CPTED Professional Designation allows you to develop advanced skill sets in the area of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and professional recognition from your peers and other professionals. The CPD demonstrates your knowledge and competence and brings notable credentials to your resume.
The National Institute of Crime Prevention’s Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Professional Designation (CPD) is available to those who successfully complete sixty-four hours of CPTED courses offered through the NICP. The designation is designed for a variety of professionals and provides the skills necessary to deliver comprehensive CPTED programs and assessments to local governments and private sector groups.
Earning the NICP’s CPTED Professional Designation (CPD)
To earn the NICP’s CPTED Professional Designation, a participant must successfully complete sixty-four hours of instruction offered through the NICP within two consecutive years. Course curriculum includes forty-hours of training in Basic CPTED and twenty-four hours of training in Advanced CPTED training:
Basic Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design is a forty – hour course which teaches a student the proper design and effective use of the built and social environment to achieve a more productive use of space and a reduction of crime. Along with plan review, report writing, presentation skills, lighting, planning & zoning, and behavioral management. This course will include a CPTED field assessment.
Advanced Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design is a twenty-four hour course which will focus on specialized topics such as parks, public art, schools, terror mitigation, site plan reviews, and color & human behavior – all utilizing CPTED concepts and strategies.
Students must pass a written examination at the end of each course. Students must also conduct and present a graded CPTED field assessment in the Basic course that is included in the final grade. Upon completion of the above requirements, the designation of CPTED Professional is awarded to the student by the NICP. The initial NICP CPTED Professional Designation is valid for a period of four years.
The NICP will maintain a national database for those participants that earn the CPD. Those participants that are interested can be included in a searchable database for organizations, agencies, or companies searching for CPTED professionals.
Assistant ChiefBullhead City Fire DepartmentAdministration
Work1260 Hancock RdMohaveBullhead CityAZ86442United StatesworkWork Phone:928-219-3204workCell Phone:928-234-2233cellWork Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETInitial Date CPD Earned: November 6, 2019
Initial Date CPD Earned - Scott Neal20191106000000Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2023
Date CPD Expires - Scott Neal20231231000000
I have been in the fire service since 1992. The first 20 years of my career were with the Westland Fire Department in S.E. Michigan. In 2012, I accepted the Operation Chief position with the Bullhead City Fire Department (AZ). After five years in operations, I moved into the Logistics Chief role for the department. My main responsibilities are supply chain, facilities, fleet maintenance, and policy oversight.
In 2015, I completed the 40-hour course to become a Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) for the State of Arizona. One year later, my application to the Naval Postgraduate School masters program in homeland security studies was approved and I graduated from the program in December of 2017.
Completion of the CPTED advanced coursework for my initial appointment occurred on November 6, 2019.
Police OfficerLos Angeles Police DepartmentCommunity Outreach and Developement Division
Work100 West 1st Street Room 250Los AngelesLos AngelesCA90012United States of AmericaworkCell Phone:213-842-9076cellWork Phone:213-486-6000workWork Email:CPTED@lapd.onlineINTERNETWork Email:email@example.comINTERNETInitial Date CPD Earned: April 10, 2019
Initial Date CPD Earned - James M Nichols CPD20190410000000Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2023
Date CPD Expires - James M Nichols CPD20231231000000
Home37 weis ave37 weis aveMissouriellisvilleMissouri63021United StateshomeWork Phone:636-227-7777workCell Phone:636-288-7000cellWork Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETInitial Date CPD Earned: March 7, 2019
Initial Date CPD Earned - Harry Joseph Nickles20190307000000Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2023
Date CPD Expires - Harry Joseph Nickles20231231000000
Crime Prevention CoordinatorGrand Rapids Police Department
Work1 Monroe CN NWKentGrand RapidsMichigan49503United StatesworkWork Phone:616-456-3363workWork Email:email@example.comINTERNETInitial Date CPD Earned: December 5, 2019
Initial Date CPD Earned - Julie Marie Niemchick20191205000000Date CPD Expires: December 5, 2023
Date CPD Expires - Julie Marie Niemchick20231205000000
I have been working with law enforcement for 34 years. The first part of my career was at the Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association where I was the Crime Prevention Organizer for 31 years. Roosevelt Park is a very diverse community a melting pot of Latino, African American and Dutch. While at Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association, I worked five of those years as the Executive Director. In that role I initiated an Area Specific Plan (ASP) where a culmination of broad based community input and feedback provided direction for future improvements that would affect safety, housing, transportation, aesthetics, land use and development types along the Grandville Avenue corridor. This Area Specific Plan is an amendment to the City of Grand Rapids Master Plan, which will inform land use decision-making into the future. It also will inform design of public right-of-ways, transit planning, infill and redevelopment, streetscape enhancements, and economic development policies and priorities. The City Commission approved the ASP and proposed zoning changes that fell in line with the plan in April 2017.
In August 2017 I was hired by the Grand Rapids Police Department as their Crime Prevention Coordinator. In my role as Crime Prevention Coordinator I train 12 public safety grant funded neighborhoods, conduct home security / CPTED assessments for area residential, businesses, marijuana provision centers, churches and schools. Keep neighborhood groups updated on current crime statistics and trends and hold public safety trainings as necessary.
Worked on a committee with the Grand Rapids Planning Department to develop a CPTED ordinance which was adopted by the City Commission in August 2019.
Recruit and train volunteers for a Victim Advocate Program, collaborate with other agencies, and work with our community members to build strong community police relations.
Strong and safe communities are my first priority.
Assistant Professor of Interior DesignMichigan State UniversitySchool of Planning, Design and Construction
Work552 W Circle DrHuman Ecology BldgMichigan State UniversityInghamEast LansingMichigan48823United States of AmericaworkWork Phone:(517) 432-2330workWork Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETInitial Date CPD Earned: February 7, 2020
Initial Date CPD Earned - Dr. Linda Nubani20200207000000Date CPD Expires: December 31, 2024
Date CPD Expires - Dr. Linda Nubani20241231000000Website:Biography
Earned a PhD in Architecture from the University of Michigan with a focus on criminology. Uses simulation techniques to create visibility heatmaps to understand (and statistically calculate) the relationship of CPTED’s principal of surveillance and incidents of certain types of crimes. Received multiple grants to engage residents (from different cities and communities) in Michigan through a design charrette format to understand and co-develop design strategies that are based on CPTED and Placemaking to reduce incidents of crime and fear of crime.