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Last edited 07 Apr 2019
Crime Prevention Design Advisor
The Home Quality Mark, defines a Crime Prevention Design Advisor (CPDA) as:
|… a specialist crime prevention officer, trained at the Home Office Crime Reduction College, who deals with crime risk and designing out crime advice for the built environment. In addition to physical security measures, the officer will consider defensible space, access, crime and movement generators, all of which can contribute to a reduction in crime and disorder.|
For more information see: http://www.securedbydesign.com
A Designing Out Crime Officer (DOCO) was previously known as an ALO or CPDA,
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