Violence and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
This chapter discusses violence and crime prevention in schools. Environmental changes can help protect schools from violence, crime, and other antisocial behavior. First-generation Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) focuses on physical measures: improving natural surveillance, access control, and territoriality. Second-generation CPTED addresses the affective environment and promotes connectivity through a positive school climate and culture.
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