The SafeGrowth initiative - Social Justice in Communities conference

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Social Justice in Communities Conference October 2014
What is SafeGrowth?
SafeGrowth is a structured programme for
creating
and sustaining
community action, decision making and cohesion
at the neighbourhood level
TO
FOR
WITH
The SafeGrowth Model
The 10 SafeGrowth steps
1
Local action
2
SafeGrowth Teams
3
SafeGrowth Plans
4
Plan updates
5
Team process
6
Career path
7
SafeGrowth Facilitator
8
Urban Development review
9
Risk Assessment Matrix
10
Process and strategies
LOCAL
ACTION
TEAM
PROCESS
SOCIAL
PROGRAMS
RISK
ASSESSMENTS
EVOLUTIONARY
APPROACH
SMART
GROWTH
PARTNERSHIPS
CPTED 1
CPTED 2
LOCAL NEEDS
& PRIORITIES
San Romanoway, Toronto
Before 2000: among Canada’s highest
crime neighbourhoods:
gangs, drugs, shootings, violence, fear
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Violent crime:
35% - 49%
Property crime:
13% - 20%
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Fear:
20% - 30%
Participation with
neighbours: 17% - 32%
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Hollygrove
Airline hwy
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Violent crime …………….
⇩78%
Homicides ……….. 2000s = 15–24 annually
2013 = 4
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Definition of CPTED
CPTED – Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
pronounced “sep-ted”
CPTED is a crime prevention discipline
based on the proper design and effective use
of built, landscaped and social environments,
leading to a reduction in the incidence
and fear of crime, as well as
improvement in the quality of life*
*Adapted from National Guidelines for Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in New Zealand
CPTED is about place
CPTED
OFFENDER
LAW
PLACE
VICTIM
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Types of CPTED
1st Generation
CPTED
First
Generation
•
focus on minimising opportunities for offenders
•
territoriality, access control, image, natural surveillance
•
widely practised
Advanced 1stFirst
Generation
CPTED
Advanced
Generation
•
incompatible land uses, movement predictors, activity support,
displacement
Second Generation
CPTED
Second
Generation
•
return to the original concepts of CPTED – the four C’s
•
social Cohesion, Connectivity, community Culture,
threshold Capacity
SafeGrowth
SafeGrowth
•
building neighbourhood capacity to create local solutions
Christchurch CPTED
context
quality environments
access management
territorial reinforcement
movement predictors
land use mix
capacity
clarity of purpose
macro-spatial analysis
activity collateral
activity support
crime generators
connectivity
surveillance
conflicting user groups
culture
cohesion
sensory analysis
legibility
micro-spatial analysis
proxemics/personal space
urbanism
capable guardians
SafeGrowth
transition zones
human scale
CPTED process
environmental scan
site assessments
(safety audit)
safety map
issue and asset analysis
improvement plan – design, management, technology
SafeGrowth CPTED process
environmental scan
site assessments (safety audit)
SafeGrowth Plan
city support and funding
SafeGrowth Team connections
connection to neighbourhoods
Facilitating neighbourhood engagement and action
SafeGrowth
•
community cohesion
•
WITH residents
•
beyond simple safety
•
self sustaining and action oriented
•
supportive of social justice goals
•
inclusive, collaborative and democratic
Sue Ramsay
Crime Prevention Team Leader
Community Safety
Christchurch City Council
[email protected]
DDI 941 5067
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