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Course Details
Course Title:Basic Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Start Date:07/22/2013
End Date:07/26/2013
Course Time:8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Course Number:157-13-02
City:Ft. Myers
Tuition:$395.00
Location & Lodging:This course will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers, 12600 University Drive, Ft. Myers, Florida 33907 (I-75, Exit 131). For reservations call (239) 790-3500. The room rate is $89.00 and reservations must be made by June 21, 2013.
Course Description:
During the five-day (40-hour) course, participants focus on basic CPTED concepts of proper design and effective use of the physical environment to achieve a more productive use of space and a reduction in crime. Students learn architectural and planning terms and definitions, techniques used to analyze the potential for crime, how to identify relationships and conflicts that exist between crime and the environment, and the application of CPTED strategies in neighborhoods, schools and other sites. Emphasis is placed on documented case studies and specific CPTED applications in commercial, transportation, and public housing settings. Participants are instructed in how to read construction blueprints and schematic diagrams; how to communicate with planning, engineering, and construction personnel; and in making recommendations to city, county and state agencies.

*This course is one of two courses necessary for the Florida Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Practitioner designation.