Designing For Homeland Security

Web Abstract: 
This paper addresses how to reduce the threats and vulnerabilities in the built environment by changing how to design and use space. Design professionals can use three basic strategies for security design, also known as CPTED. They are natural access control, natural surveillance, and territorial reinforcement. Each of the strategies can be implemented through three methods: mechanical, natural, and organized.
Author: 
Atlas, Randall
Publication Date: 
12/31/2003
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