The CPTED Training Seminar scheduled for the week of February 11-15, 2008, has been postponed. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Initiative of the University Neighborhood Partnership seeks to build the capacity of University Neighborhood community organizations to more effectively act in preventing neighborhood crime. CPTED principles are designed to reduce the opportunity for crimes and increase the perceived risk of detection and apprehension by modifying the design and use of a neighborhood's physical environment. read more...
CPTED Initiative Community Information Meeting
A University Neighborhood community meeting to discuss the benefits of CPTED and implementation of the CPTED Initiative will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 2007 at 6:00 p.m. in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall at 480 S. Highland St. in the University Neighborhood.
CPTED Training Seminar
The week-long CPTED Training Seminar will be held February 11-16, 2007 on the University’s Main Campus. Mr. Timothy Crowe, a nationally renowned CPTED instructor and author of the book Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, 2nd Edition, will conduct the seminar. Mr. Crowe will also work with participants to prepare CPTED evaluations of selected University Neighborhood properties.
Seminar participants will be certified as CPTED Evaluators upon completion of the seminar. The cost to attend the week-long 40-hour training seminar is $500 per person with a 10% discount for University faculty and staff.
University Neighborhood CPTED Program
Following the seminar, University Neighborhood residents can request a CPTED evaluation by a volunteer CPTED Community Evaluators. The University of Memphis Polices Services and the Memphis Police Department will review the evaluation and prepare the final report. Modifications to property will be the responsibility of the property owner.
For more information, please e-mail the University Neighborhood Partnership.