Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
CPTED seek to "harden" or reduce the attractiveness of potential crime targets. Aspects such as locks, windows, doors, fencing, cameras, lighting, and vegetation are just some of the tools in the CPTED toolkit. The practice of CPTED ensures that all spaces are defined, properly designed, and have a designated use. Altogether these strategies and tools seek to deflect and deter crime within and around properties and communities.
The resulting data from these audits will be delivered to ratepayers in a standard report that outlines deficiencies and suggestions on how to improve them. Residential and commercial audits will be completed on a basic level, focusing on physical aspects of the properties.
If you'd like them to visit your school, workplace, or community event, give them a call at 403-361-2026 or send them an email.