21st century security and CPTED : designing for critical infrastructure protection and crime prevention / Randall I. Atlas.

Atlas, Randall I., author.
Other Title:
Twenty-First century security and Crime Prevention Through Enviromental Design
Designing for critical infrastructure protection and crime prevention
2nd ed.
Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, [2013]
1 online resource (939 p.)
Crime prevention and architectural design.
Crime prevention.
Security systems.
Electronic books.
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The concept of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) has undergone dramatic changes over the last several decades since C. Ray Jeffery coined the term in the early 1970s, and Tim Crowe wrote the first CPTED applications book. The second edition of 21st Century Security and CPTED includes the latest theory, knowledge, and practice of CPTED as it relates to the current security threats facing the modern world: theft, violent crime, terrorism, gang activity, and school and workplace violence. This significantly expanded edition includes the latest coverage of proper lighting, buil
Front Cover; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Editor; Contributors; Chapter 1 - What, Me Worry?; Chapter 2 - Getting Started; Chapter 3 - Challenge of Architecture in a Free Society: Form Follows Function; Chapter 4 - Introduction to Planning of a Building; Chapter 5 - Interface between Architects and Engineers; Chapter 6 - Understanding CPTED and Situational Crime Prevention; Chapter 7 - Second-Generation CPTED: Rise and Fall of Opportunity Theory; Chapter 8 - Premises Liability: Design against Premises Security Negligence Lawsuits; Chapter 9 - Offensible Space
Chapter 10 - Terrorism and Infrastructure Protection: Risks and ProtectionChapter 11 - Problem Seeking before Problem Solving: Assessing Threats and Risks; Chapter 12 - Problem Seeking before Problem Solving: CYA: Cover Your Assets; Chapter 13 - Problem Seeking before Problem Solving: Vulnerability Assessment; Chapter 14 - Problem Seeking before Problem Solving: Risk Assessment; Chapter 15 - Problem Solving (Finally!): Mitigation Options: Or Be Careful What You Ask for, You May Get It! Be Clear What You Ask for!; Chapter 16 - Designing for Explosive Resistance
Chapter 17 - Protecting Buildings and Infrastructure with CPTEDChapter 18 - ATRiM for Critical Infrastructure Protection; Chapter 19 - Codes and Standards of Care for Infrastructure Protection: Or, Complaining Is Pretending You Have a Choice!; Chapter 20 - Designing Safe Healthcare Facilities: Hospitals and Medical Facilities; Chapter 21 - Designing Safe Communities and Neighborhoods; Chapter 22 - Creating Safe and Secure Environments for Schools and Colleges; Chapter 23 - Designing Safe ATMs; Chapter 24 - Designing Safe Gas Stations and Convenience Stores
Chapter 25 - CPTED Considerations for Office BuildingsChapter 26 - Parking Lots and Garages; Chapter 27 - Landscape and Site Design; Chapter 28 - Designing Safe Green Spaces and Parks; Chapter 29 - Lighting Provides Choice; Chapter 30 - Security Lighting: Part 2; Chapter 31 - LEED, GREEN, and MEAN: Security versus Sustainability: Conflict or Compatibility; Chapter 32 - Designing against Workplace Violence; Chapter 33 - Graphics, Signage, and Wayfinding for Security; Chapter 34 - Measuring Success; Chapter 35 - Fast Money or Fast Food: A CPTED Case Study; Chapter 36 - Implementing CPTED
Chapter 37 - Conducting a CPTED SurveyChapter 38 - Epilogue; Back Cover
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