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1 CPTED and Crime Free Multi-Housing at the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo Mark Kay, CPP, PCIP, CCTP Crime Prevention Community Liaison ACCPA Workshop Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo November 25, 2014

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3 2 Three parts to urban safety

4 3 Public security through “rule of law” and law enforcement by police and law enforcement partners. Enforcement Crime prevention in social terms, by reducing the conditions of disadvantage and poverty that contribute to crime: unemployment, mental illness and isolation. Social “The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear of crime and the incidence of crime, and to an improvement in the quality of life.” CPTED Three parts to urban safety

5 4 Public security through “rule of law” and law enforcement by police and law enforcement partners. Enforcement Crime prevention in social terms, by reducing the conditions of disadvantage and poverty that contribute to crime: unemployment, mental illness and isolation. Social Fabric “The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear of crime and the incidence of crime, and to an improvement in the quality of life.” CPTED Three parts to urban safety

6 5 Public security through “rule of law” and law enforcement by police and law enforcement partners. Enforcement Crime prevention in social terms, by reducing the conditions of disadvantage and poverty that contribute to crime: unemployment, mental illness and isolation. Social Fabric Fire Prevention, Building Safety Codes, Zoning Bylaws and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). Built Environment Three parts to urban safety

7 6 Social Fabric Fire Prevention, Building Safety Codes, Zoning Bylaws and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). Built t Three parts to urban safety

8 7 Built Environment Social Fabric Fire Prevention, Building Safety Codes, Zoning Bylaws and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). Built t Range of CPTED solutions Less Complex More Complex

9 Range of CPTED solutions 8 Traditional CPTED Crime Free Multi- Housing Critical Infrastructure Protection Antiterrorism Less Complex More Complex

10 Traditional CPTED 9 CPTED Natural Surveillance Access Control Territorial Reinforcement Maintenance Activity Support Crime Free Multi- Housing Critical Infrastructure Protection Security Operations Situational Awareness Engineering/Structural Information and IT Emergency Management OH&S, Hazmat, CBRN Counter Terrorism Indicators and recognition Stand off distance Minimize surveillance Vehicle barriers Development permit reviews Permit circulations Assessments and advice to RCMP and municipal departments Resource referrals to community groups

11 Islamabad Marriott Bombing The 290-room hotel was protected by 196 hotel security personnel and four bomb-sniffing dogs. At the time of the attack, 60 hotel security personnel, a government intelligence officer, four policemen, and one sniffer dog were on shift. The hotel security personnel stationed on both sides of the entrance to the property were armed with shotguns. The security supervisors were armed with handguns. New bollards had been placed alongside the street - pushing the stando 11

12 Islamabad Marriott Bombing The 290-room hotel was protected by 196 hotel security personnel and four bomb-sniffing dogs. At the time of the attack, 60 hotel security personnel, a government intelligence officer, four policemen, and one sniffer dog were on shift. The hotel security personnel stationed on both sides of the entrance to the property were armed with shotguns. The security supervisors were armed with handguns. New bollards had been placed alongside the street - pushing the stando 11

13 Crime Free Multi-Housing 12 CFMH 9-Point inspection: Deadbolts and strike plates Eye-viewers Interior lighting Patio doors and windows Critical Infrastructure Protection Counter Terrorism Basic CPTED International program with origins in Mesa, Arizona Goal is safer environments and positive relationships between owners / managers, tenants, and police Managers and tenants empowered to solve nuisance problems Three-phase process of: training, site inspections, and safety social and certification

14 Critical Infrastructure Protection 13 CIP Security Operations Situational Awareness Structure and Eng Information and IT Emergency Mgmt CBRN, Hazmat Counter Terrorism Crime Free Multi- Housing Basic CPTED From traditional CPTED “The proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear of crime and the incidence of crime, and to an improvement in the quality of life.” C. Ray Jeffery (1977) To contemporary CPTED “The design of security in the built environment that we do through building design and layout, construction, policy & procedures, and equipment and personnel.” Randall Atlas (2014)

15 Critical Infrastructure Protection 14 CIP Security Operations Situational Awareness Structure and Eng Information and IT Emergency Mgmt CBRN, Hazmat Counter Terrorism Crime Free Multi- Housing Basic CPTED Government buildings, civic and industrial infrastructure Assessments are based in risk management ASSET THREAT VULNERABILITY RISK

16 Critical Infrastructure Protection 14 CIP Security Operations Situational Awareness Structure and Eng Information and IT Emergency Mgmt CBRN, Hazmat Counter Terrorism Crime Free Multi- Housing Basic CPTED Government buildings, civic and industrial infrastructure Assessments are based in risk management ASSET THREAT VULNERABILITY RISK

17 Antiterrorism 16 Antiterrorism Design Basis Threat (DBT) Standoff distance Flying debris Airborne contamination Mass notification Basic CPTED “Defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorists acts.” Joint Publication US JCS

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20 foot standoff Delta barrier 196 hotel security personnel Four bomb- sniffing dogs one shift: 60 hotel security, a government intelligence officer, four policeman, and a bomb dog. Islamabad Marriott Hotel 290 rooms

21 20 September 20, dead after a dump truck carrying 600 kgs of explosives rammed the front gate and blew up.

22 21 STREETSBLOG NYC January 21, 2010 Brooklyn's new Long Island Rail Road terminal

23 22 The Best Solution

24 23 Training Resources Basic and Advanced CPTED Edmonton Police Service Crime Free Multi-Housing Edmonton Police Service Certified Protection Professional (CPP) ASIS International Professional in Critical Infrastructure Protection (PCIP) Critical Infrastructure Institute, Ottawa, ON Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) Lorin Global, Singapore

25 Thank You Questions ? Mark Kay, CPP, PCIP, CCTP Crime Prevention Community Liaison Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo C E


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