About this issue

Issue number
Volume 39 – Number 1
164 pages
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Summary

The aim of this issue is to capture international approaches to crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) within the planning system, and to focus not just on countries well known for their advances in CPTED, but also on those where the concept is emerging and where lessons are still being learnt.

crime, environmental design, planning

Planning for Crime Prevention: An International Perspective

The aim of this issue is to capture international approaches to crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) within the planning system, and to focus not just on countries well known for their advances in CPTED, but also on those where the concept is emerging and where lessons are still being learnt.

Guest editors: Leanne Monchuk and Rachel Armitage
18 Mar 2014

Contents

  • Planning for Crime Prevention: An International Perspective
    Rachel Armitage
  • Putt ing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design into Practice via Planning Systems: A Comparison of Experience in the US and the UK
    Richard H. Schneider and Ted Kitchen
  • A Successful CPTED Approach: The Dutch ‘Police Label Secure Housing’
    Armando Jongejan and Tobias Woldendorp
  • The European Standard for Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
    Clara Cardia
  • A Comparative Analysis of Crime Risk Assessments and Their Application in Greater Manchester and New South Wales
    Leanne Monchuk and Garner Clancy
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design in the United Arab Emirates: A Suitable Case for Reorientation?
    Paul Ekblom, Rachel Armitage, Leanne Monchuk and Ben Castell
  • Planning for Crime Prevention in Japan
    Kimihiro Hino and Richard H. Schneider
  • What is Good about Good Design? Exploring the Link between Housing Quality and Crime
    Rachel Armitage, Michelle Rogerson and Ken Pease
  • Publication Review