EDsession Program & Schedule
The Re-establishment of Safety and Security into Existing Facilities through CPTED
Alan Walters, Georgetown County School District
Thursday, November 4
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
New construction enables a school district to collaborate extensively to incorporate safety and security needs into new facility design from the outset. So how do we approach replicating those needs when renovating existing facilities or projects with less funding available? Part of the solution may lay in the idea that as designers and educators we take a step back in order to go forward. This is the underlying concept of applying CPTED principals (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). Hear how this grassroots concept can be successfully applied with precision to existing building inventory to address crime prevention with tactful consideration.
Learning Objective 1:
Establish the present needs for community engagement to facilitate safety and security.
Learning Objective 2:
Understand what Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is.
Learning Objective 3:
Learn the basics of applying CPTED to existing infrastructure.
Learning Objective 4:
Understand that CPTED goes well beyond just the physical built environment and its impact on student welfare.
AIA LU/HSW, IDCEC
The Re-establishment of Safety and Security into Existing Facilities through CPTED.ppt (5.98 MB)
Georgetown County School District