The International CPTED Association


  • 27 May 2022
  • 09:00 - 10:30
  • Online (Live stream)


  • Please register using this link:

Disclaimer: “The views expressed in this webinar belong to our guest speakers and do not necessarily reflect the position of the ICA.”


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Friday, 27 May 2022

15:00 GMT

09:00 MDT (e.g. Calgary)

10:00 CDT (e.g. Mexico City)

11:00 EDT (e.g. New York) 

17:00 CEST (e.g. Amsterdam)

20:30 IST (e.g. New Delhi)

23:00 HKT (e.g. Hong Kong)

01:00 (+1) AEST (e.g. Sydney)

03:00 (+1) NZST (e.g. Auckland)

The International CPTED Association is committed to promoting inclusivity and crime prevention by development of the global community across cultures, regions, languages, ethnicities and gender. CPTED is based on theories that transcend these differences and depends heavily on variety, diversity and engagement for its theories and actions.

The ICA is extending the conversation now to the specific realm of the female gender to showcase, highlight and share the lesser-known wonders of CPTED principles for addressing common concerns of this half of the global population, crimes against them and their daily concerns.

The ICA Webinar Committee has curated a resplendent panel from across the world, bringing to the viewers a flavour of the universal and special challenges that are faced by women in different regions and how CPTED contributes to their alleviation. The discussion would extend to viewer engagement and interactions across the world. Please note that though the topic is specific to a specific gender, the discussions will not be and are a must watch for the other genders also.

Being a global event, with relevance to all regions, we understand that the time slot may not be convenient for all. Hence, we strongly recommend that you register to be able to receive the recording and also share any specific queries you have. Even if you are not connected to ask the question, we will try to include your question in the broadcast for the benefit of all. 

Topics will include: 

  • Common gender related issues across regions and cultures
  • CPTED contributions to gender-based issues
  • Effectiveness of CPTED principles in preventing gender-based crimes
  • The significance of the female gender in performance of CPTED principles
  • The role of women in crime prevention
  • The role of other genders and the extended community in prevention of crimes against women
  • The role of CPTED in social change and women’s liberation

We call for your inputs and views on the above and encourage you to mention if you have something to share on the topic. You may share your thoughts in the queries/discussion section during registration. Alternatively, you can also email questions/points to us or post them in the comment box during the live webinar session.

We may decide to include any exceptional thoughts, cases or examples and invite the authors into the webinars. This is in an effort to make webinars more interactive and INCLUSIVE.

Though our panelists are comfortable in different languages, the webinar will be presented in English.

Please share this with anyone who you think might benefit from learning more on this topic.

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.




President ICA, Chile - Latin America Region



Director ICA, India - Asia Region



Secretary ICA, Canada Region



President CPTED Mexico Noreste, Mexico - Latin America Region


and moderator


Director ICA, UK Region


ICA Mission Statement

To create safer environments and improve the quality of life through the use of CPTED principles and strategies