Crime Prevention Through Housing Design

Crime Prevention Through Housing Design

  • Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Rok produkcji: 2013
  • ISBN: 9780230356177
  • Ilość stron: 216
  • Oprawa: Twarda
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Opis: Crime Prevention Through Housing Design - Rachel Armitage

This book reviews the impact of residential design on crime and considers the current, and historic, importance placed upon crime prevention within the planning system. Armitage provides a comprehensive review of policy and practice in planning crime prevention both nationally and internationally. Bridging the gap between design and criminology, Armitage uses opportunity theories to provide practical recommendations for the implementation of design. Enhanced by extensive visual examples, the book promotes a collaborative, long-term approach of designing out crime, conveying the positive impact of design upon the environment and crime prevention. This book will appeal to scholars in criminology, policing, urban studies and architecture as well as practitioners in the role of planning, developing and managing residential housing. "This book is essential reading for anyone concerned with crime and disorder in the built environment. It combines an encyclopaedic knowledge of relevant research with clear advice to practitioners and policy-makers. Planners and politicians whose decisions shape our towns and cities must heed Rachel Armitage's sensible and well-founded recommendations about simple ways to make us all safer." - Ken Pease, Visiting Professor of Crime Science, UCL, UK "This book is a globally-significant milestone in the discipline which deftly synthesises this complex field for researchers and advanced practitioners alike; presents, and substantially adds to, over a decade of the author's own top-quality applied empirical research on crime, crime prevention practice and policy that impacts on the daily life of all of us; and provides a launch platform for further studies that is simultaneously sturdy and stimulating." - Paul Ekblom, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UKIntroduction PART I 1. Exploring the Theoretical Links between Design and Crime 2. From Theory to Practice: Reducing Residential Crime through Design within England and Wales 3. From Theory to Practice: Consideration of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design within Policy and Guidance (England and Wales) 4. International Perspectives on Planning for Crime Prevention PART II 5. The Impact of House Design on Levels of Crime and Fear of Crime 6. The Impact of Road Layout on Levels of Crime and Fear of Crime 7. The Impact of Surveillance on Levels of Crime and Fear of Crime 8. The Impact of Car Parking Design on Levels of Crime and Fear of Crime 9. Synergies and Tensions between Security and Sustainability 10. Can Designing out Crime Interventions Sustain Crime Reduction Benefits? Conclusion


Szczegóły: Crime Prevention Through Housing Design - Rachel Armitage

Tytuł: Crime Prevention Through Housing Design
Autor: Rachel Armitage
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230356177
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 216
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.45 kg


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