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CPTED United States - ICA WEBCAST:
EXTREMISM AND CPTED -
FROM THE 3Ds TO 3Cs
CPTED United States - ICA Chapter (provisional)
Thursday, 17 March 2022
11:00 PDT (Los Angeles)
12:00 MDT (Denver)
14:00 EDT (New York)
The International CPTED Association proudly announces the first webcast sponsored by CPTED United States - ICA Chapter (provisional). Our followers from all the regions are welcome to attend!
Extremism of all forms has reared its ugly head in America and beyond. It represents not only a threat to democracy but it can trigger violence and unrest. This webcast is meant for those involved in preventing crime and who want to know how to respond to different types of extremism. The panelists include the leading CPTED experts from around the US and Canada. You will hear about their experiences in responding to extremism and some of their ideas on moving forward with practical and ethical strategies.
The panelists include police officers, CPTED experts, community strategists, urban designers, and criminologists:
- Gregory Saville - Policing Expert/Criminologist
- Pamela Daniels - Community Strategist
- Jeremy Rear - Architect/School Violence Expert
- Randy Atlas - Criminologist/Architect
- Rene Berndt - Architect/School Violence Expert
- Patrick McCully - Police Commander
- Chris Anquist - CPTED-PCAM Canada/GardaWorld
Ask our experts:
- How can we create places safe from extremism?
- How might a CPTED practitioner deter extremist acts?
- What can we do to help those vulnerable to extremist ideas?
Our panelists will be answering your questions and facilitating the discussion. If you have any topic-related questions for our guest speakers, please enter them in the relevant section during registration. Alternatively, you can also email questions to us or pose them in the comment box during the live session.
The webcast will be presented in English.
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We look forward to connecting with you!
Who should attend: CPTED professionals, NGO representatives working in the field of crime prevention and community development, safety and crime prevention specialists, public officials, safety and security consultants, police officers, academics, students, researchers, policy makers, urban development experts, criminologists, sociologists, social engineers, decision-makers, architects, urban planners & designers, and others.