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Friday, March 10 • 13:30 - 14:30
Safe Growth and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in Saskatoon

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This presentation will highlight the principles of CPTED and the evolving philosophy of Safe Growth.  These concepts have evolved from a time when we all relied solely on a police service to address crime.

We all have a responsibility to prevent crime and we can do it using these principles.  CPTED is about reducing the opportunity for crime to occur, increasing people’s feelings of safety, and an overall increase in quality of life in the community.

Safe Growth employs these principles and a philosophy of community involvement to attain the safest community possible in which to live, work, and play.  Interdisciplinary, or some use transdisciplinary, teams are critical to the safer design and management of our neighbourhoods and cities.

 

The City of Saskatoon has formalize Safe Growth/CPTED in the Development Plan and establish an Administrative policy for ensuring the work is carried out in a rational manner.  As of September 2008, all civic structures, facilities, and developments are subject to a CPTED review.  City of Saskatoon has also developed a set of Safe Growth guidelines, for specific types of development, to ensure crime prevention is included in all development.

This interactive presentation will look at the opportunities and challenges to the implementation of the concept of Safe Growth and the principles and processes of CPTED.


Speakers
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Elisabeth Miller

Senior Planner, City of Saskatoon
Elisabeth Miller, MCIP, is an urban planner with the City of Saskatoon with a specialty in urban safety. Under her leadership the City of Saskatoon has embedded the philosophy of Safe Growth and the principles of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) as a way to achieve a safer Saskatoon in the city’s Official Community Plan.  Currently Elisabeth is the Neighbourhood Safety Coordinator in Saskatoon and responsible... Read More →


Friday March 10, 2017 13:30 - 14:30
Florence Room 405 20th St E, Saskatoon, SK S7K 6X6

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