Crime and Planning
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Opis: Crime and Planning - Derek J. Paulsen

The form and layout of a built environment has a significant influence on crime by creating opportunities for it and, in turn, shaping community crime patterns. Effective urban planners and designers will consider crime when making planning and design decisions. A co-publication with the American Planning Association, Crime and Planning: Building Socially Sustainable Communities presents a comprehensive discussion of the interconnections between urban planning, criminal victimization, and crime prevention. An introduction into the main concerns at the intersection of criminology and community planning, the book first provides an overview of crime patterns. It then explores major issues within planning and their impact on crime. Critical topics discussed include connectivity, mixed-use developments, land use and zoning, transit-oriented design, and pedestrian trails, greenways, and parks. The remaining chapters explore: Crime prevention theories Crime prevention as a central component of sustainability How to incorporate social sustainability and planning guidelines into local planning decisions Policy discussion of issues such as zoning How tools such as smart growth and form-based codes relate to crime and crime prevention Examples of how planning decisions can impact crime patterns in both a residential and retail setting, and what has already worked in real-world communities As communities continue to grapple with foreclosure, sprawl, and infill/redevelopment, a sound understanding of how the built environment impacts crime is of increasing importance. This book provides planners with the tools and knowledge necessary to minimize the impact of crime on communities with the goal of creating socially sustainable communities.Introduction Why a Disconnect? Crime, Planning, and Sustainability Structure of This Book A Brief Overview of Crime and Crime Issues Major Issues in Crime and Urban Planning Connectivity Mixed Land Use Zoning Transit-Oriented Developments Parks, Pedestrian Trails, and Greenways Redefining Sustainability Redefining and Refocusing Sustainable Communities Integrating Crime Prevention into a Socially Sustainable Planning Program Current Crime Prevention-Planning Programs Integrating Crime Prevention into the Everyday Planning Process Cooperation Efficient and Consistent Process Participation Context Eliminate Opportunities Balance Tools for Understanding Context The Neighborhood Impact Statement Model NIS Example Design Guidance Connectivity Mixed Land Use Transit-Oriented Developments Parks, Pedestrian Trails, and Greenways Planning Policy and Socially Sustainable Communities Smart Growth Form-Based Codes Suburban Retrofitting Case Studies Residential Neighborhood Case Study Housing Street Network Land Use and Zoning Crime Patterns Retail District Case Study


Szczegóły: Crime and Planning - Derek J. Paulsen

Tytuł: Crime and Planning
Autor: Derek J. Paulsen
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9781439871669
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 205
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.55 kg


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Crime and Planning

  • Producent: Taylor
  • Oprawa: Twarda

The form and layout of a built environment has a significant influence on crime by creating opportunities for it and, in turn, shaping community crime patterns. Effective urban planners and designers will consider crime when making planning and design decisions. A co-publication with the American Planning Association, Crime and Planning: Building Socially Sustainable Communities presents a comprehensive discussion of the interconnections between urban planning, criminal victimization, and crime prevention. An introduction into the main concerns at the intersection of criminology and community planning, the book first provides an overview of crime patterns. It then explores major issues within planning and their impact on crime. Critical topics discussed include connectivity, mixed-use developments, land use and zoning, transit-oriented design, and pedestrian trails, greenways, and parks. The remaining chapters explore: Crime prevention theories Crime prevention as a central component of sustainability How to incorporate social sustainability and planning guidelines into local planning decisions Policy discussion of issues such as zoning How tools such as smart growth and form-based codes relate to crime and crime prevention Examples of how planning decisions can impact crime patterns in both a residential and retail setting, and what has already worked in real-world communities As communities continue to grapple with foreclosure, sprawl, and infill/redevelopment, a sound understanding of how the built environment impacts crime is of increasing importance. This book provides planners with the tools and knowledge necessary to minimize the impact of crime on communities with the goal of creating socially sustainable communities.Introduction Why a Disconnect? Crime, Planning, and Sustainability Structure of This Book A Brief Overview of Crime and Crime Issues Major Issues in Crime and Urban Planning Connectivity Mixed Land Use Zoning Transit-Oriented Developments Parks, Pedestrian Trails, and Greenways Redefining Sustainability Redefining and Refocusing Sustainable Communities Integrating Crime Prevention into a Socially Sustainable Planning Program Current Crime Prevention-Planning Programs Integrating Crime Prevention into the Everyday Planning Process Cooperation Efficient and Consistent Process Participation Context Eliminate Opportunities Balance Tools for Understanding Context The Neighborhood Impact Statement Model NIS Example Design Guidance Connectivity Mixed Land Use Transit-Oriented Developments Parks, Pedestrian Trails, and Greenways Planning Policy and Socially Sustainable Communities Smart Growth Form-Based Codes Suburban Retrofitting Case Studies Residential Neighborhood Case Study Housing Street Network Land Use and Zoning Crime Patterns Retail District Case Study

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Szczegóły: Crime and Planning - Derek J. Paulsen

Tytuł: Crime and Planning
Autor: Derek J. Paulsen
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9781439871669
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 205
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.55 kg


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