Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)

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You can request to have one of our specialists perform a survey of your workplace. Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) is a strategy to improve safety by making a place less attractive to criminal activity through environmental improvements.

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Learning Outcomes

CPTED principles, performance standards, and strategies are used to identify and incorporate design features, which reduce opportunities for criminal activity to occur. Your Officer will provide a report documenting steps to be taken to achieve these goals and assist with educating your staff.

Intended Audience

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Prerequisites

None

Class Schedule and Register

By request; email your request to ub-police@buffalo.edu

Fee

Free

Instructor

Various Officers

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Contact For Questions

Joshua B. Sticht

Joshua Sticht

Deputy Chief of Police; Patrol Operations

University Police

Bissell Hall

Phone: 716-645-8926

Email: jbsticht@buffalo.edu