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Advanced Crime Prevention hosted by Tennessee April 19 -21, 2016

These trainings provide officers and practitioners with skill-based training, tools, and resources in basic and advanced crime prevention topics. NCPC will give participants a well-rounded view of crime prevention as it relates to their communities, cities, states, and counties. There will also be time to network with other professionals in the field to learn what others are doing in crime prevention. The basic course covers business crime prevention, children and school safety, overview of gangs, campus safety, senior safety, national and international crime trends, and an overview of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. The advanced course will delve deeper into crime prevention topics, such as active shooter, crime analysis, crime prevention law and liability, recognizing human trafficking, reentry issues, and terrorism awareness and prevention. These trainings are all FREE!

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Training (CPTED) Basic Course hosted by Kennesaw State University, GA June 7-9, 2016

The training is available as basic or advanced, as well as CPTED for schools or to address abandoned and foreclosed properties. CPTED's goal is to prevent crime through designing a physical environment that positively influences human behavior. It is based on four principles: natural access control, surveillance, territoriality, and maintenance. NCPC's course helps participants put the theories behind CPTED into action for their communities, leaving each community with an action plan to follow. There are benefits for all stakeholders within the community, including law enforcement, municipal leaders, business owners, architects, city planners, and community residents.