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Crime Risk Assessment for CPTED: Tools and Policy Applications
Cho, Youngjin Associate Research Fellow Cho, Sangkyu Research Fellow Kim, Seungnam Associate Research Fellow
  • AURI-Basic-2015-4
  • 2015.10.31
  • 4Page
  • Hit 3298
Summary
  CPTED(Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), which aims to create a safe environment based on environmental criminology, has been actively introduced in Korea through the revision and enactment of related laws since the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport provided the secure design guideline in 1992.
  It is important to conduct crime risk assessment in terms of crime inducing factors and crime hotspots, as CPTED strategies are to minimize potential crime risk factors in certain area. Even though a considerable numbers of CPTED systems provided by central and local governments have promoted crime risk assessment, there is a lack of consideration in different characteristic of regions, projects and stakeholder’s condition.
  The purpose of this research is to classify measurement tool through analysis of case studies and standardize crime risk assessment tools for increasing the effectiveness of CPTED-related projects. Also, this research suggests a crime risk assessment model easily applied in the practices and improvement of CPTED system for the central and local governments.
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