CPTED Basic Level Training Course - March 26 & 27, 2019

par The Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre

  • mardi, 26 mars 2019 de 9:00 Matin à mercredi, 27 mars 2019 4:30 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Red Deer City RCMP Detachment 4602 51 AVE, Red Deer, AB T4N 2N2

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Aperçu

CPTED BASIC is a two-day course developed to introduce the CPTED principles of Natural Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement, and Maintenance. This classroom course focuses on reducing crime opportunities by modifying the environment. Students will be introduced to how the physical environment can have a direct relationship on human behaviour. CPTED uses various tools to evaluate environmental conditions and utilizes intervention methods to control criminal and nuisance behaviour. This course provides hands-on experience and is taught by qualified instructors with a Professional CPD Designation. You will receive a certificate upon completion.This course is a pre-requisite for the CPTED ADVANCED course.

Détails

DATE: March 26-27, 2019

Location: Red Deer City RCMP Detachment, 4602 51 Avenue, Red Deer, AB (Parking is available in the P9 parking lot across the street.)

Time: Doors open 8:45 AM; Training 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Cost: $275 per person. Limited seats available. Lunch & snacks are included each day.

Instructors: TerryLee Ropchan, CPD, ICPS; Lorraine Pitts, CPD; and guest instructors TBA.

Registration: Closes on March 19, 2019.

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Red Deer City RCMP Detachment
4602 51 AVE, Red Deer, AB T4N 2N2

26 mars 2019
mardi, 26 mars 2019 9:00 Matin (HAA)

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3-5015 48 Street
Red Deer , AB
T4N 1S9

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The Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre​ is committed to offering crime prevention training opportunities that help create a strong network of trained crime prevention professionals in Central Alberta.