CPTED Mini Course Using Public & Corporate Art as a CPTED Strategy
- This mini course focuses on using artwork to enhance both the main CPTED principles of natural surveillance, territorial reinforcement, natural access control, and maintenance, and the supporting CPTED principles of celebrated entryways, focal points, wayfinding, transition zones, positive activity generators, and more.
- There are no assignments, quizzes, or exams in this mini course.
- This mini course is for informational purposes only, and no certificate will be awarded.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, this is a stand alone mini course that focuses on providing positive and negative examples illustrating the 4 principles of CPTED: natural access control, natural surveillance, territorial reinforcement, and maintenance. The course is designed to completed in 60 -90 minutes.
The course information is presented in a presentation format with audio to provide greater detail. This course is primarily visual examples of real-world CPTED opportunities and implementations, with some review of the four main principles of CPTED.
No, this is a purely informational course to provide more real-world examples of CPTED applications and can be used as a review of the four main CPTED principles. There is no certificate provided for this course.
President & Head Instructor
Art Hushen is the President/Owner of the National Institute of Crime Prevention (NICP, Inc.), a global training and consulting company specializing in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. (CPTED) The NICP maintains the nationally recognized CPTED Professional Designation (CPD) Program.
Prior to the creation of NICP, Inc., Art was assigned to the Tampa Police Department’s Special Operations Bureau / CPTED Section where he was instrumental in the creation of the Department’s CPTED Unit and Tampa’s first CPTED Ordinance for the Westshore Business District, which is the largest Business District in Florida. He implemented the CPTED review process for the Tampa Parks Department Greenways and Trails Master Plan. He worked with the Tampa Housing Authority on their Hope VI program and was part of the task force implementing design guidelines.
Introduction to the NICP’s CPTED Mini Course Using Public & Corporate Art as a CPTED Strategy
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Using Public and Corporate Art as a CPTED Strategy
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