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Last edited 01 Dec 2021
RIBA approved CPD for crime prevention through design
The Secured by Design for architects programme can be applied across several building sectors. The approach combines standards of physical security and principles of crime prevention through environmental design.
Additional topics include:
- Relevant legislation, policy and guidance.
- An overview of property crime trends.
- An evaluation of why crime occurs.
It also looks at how an open - but safe - environment can be achieved by incorporating crime prevention design into the layout and landscaping of the immediate surroundings in subtle ways that are less intrusive to building users.
- Continuing professional development.
- ISO 22341:2021.
- ISO 23234 and ISO 21542 security and accessibility standards
- Perimeter security.
- Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA.
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