The term ‘Designing Out Crime’ has been a discipline within the UK Police Service for over 30 years and the principles behind it have been proven successful time and time again. Delegates attending this course should have a background/current role in Crime Prevention, Architecture or Planning.
During the first classroom-based week of this qualification, delegates will hear from practitioners and learn how to read plans and drawings for new developments. In the second week, delegates will have the opportunity to practice during a running scenario before implementing their learning back in their work place.
Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime
Ten days (two separate weeks) residential classroom-based learning plus completion of preliminary course work and an assessed post-course portfolio.
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles and practice; understanding the planning process, laws and procedures; roles involved in the planning and design process; analysis of the built environment products, their standards and use; evaluation of the key elements that prevent and promote crime opportunities; and making effective recommendations for changes to the built or planned environment.
Those who will be involved in a specialist Designing Out Crime role within the Police; related roles such as Local Authority planners, architects and designers.
Key Learning outcomes include:
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design principles and practice
- Understanding the planning process, laws and procedures, and roles involved in the planning/design process
- Analysis of the built environment products, their standards and use
- Evaluation of the key elements that prevent and promote crime opportunities
- Making effective recommendations for changes to the built or planned environment