safety in the nighttime economy requires unique strategies. Get an in-depth review of the first how-to guide for safety administrators on inter-agency alliances, officer deployment and training. Then learn how to design out crime and disorder using proven CPTED principles.

PUBLIC SAFETY AND POLICING NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS

Tuesday, November 6  |  10:00 – 11:00am (Pacific Daylight Time)

RHI’s 2018 SOCIABLE CITY Guide on Public Safety and Policing Nightlife Districts was developed utilizing decades of research, case studies and interviews with public safety administrators and officers. Greg Mullen brings his experience as Police Chief in Charleston and as the guide's co-author.

DESIGN OUT CRIME AND DISORDER IN NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS using CPTED principles is an emerging area of specialization in urban nightlife environments. Macarena Rau Vargas and Robert Stephens will share their experience of applying CPTED in Latin America with high rates of narco‐violence.

WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO Bring your questions and insights to share throughout the program.

PLEASE NOTE: This Webinar has been rescheduled from September 12 to November 6 due to hurricane Florence.

PUBLIC SAFETY DISCUSSION TOPICS

PANEL OF INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS

  • Criteria for officer selection and training curricula
  • Create an interdisciplinary field and policy team
  • Collect data to demonstrate the impact of policing tactics on crime, harm and disorder
  • Environmental design strategies for nightlife districts
  • Designing safer nightlife venues to reduce crime

Greg Mullen
Former Chief
Charleston Police Department
Vice-President Public Safety
Clemson University

Macarena Rau Vargas
Architect
President
International CPTED Association

ROBERT STEPHENS
President
Publica Design Consultants
Former Manager
of Urban Design
City of Toronto

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