Comparative CPTED Conference

24 January 2012

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About the conference

The Sydney Institute of Criminology (University of Sydney) is hosting a one-day Comparative CPTED Conference on 24 January 2012. This one-day conference will explore recent developments in CPTED practice and theory and will bring together an exciting array of academics and practitioners from England, New Zealand, Western Australia, Victoria, Queensland and other locations. National trends and local case studies will reveal different approaches and innovative developments in CPTED practice from numerous jurisdictions.

This conference will consider (amongst other things):

  • The Secured by Design initiative in England
  • The use of civilian built environmental professionals by the Greater Manchester Police in CPTED assessments
  • Urban renewal and CPTED approaches in New Zealand
  • The use of CPTED by planning professionals in Western Australia
  • The relationship between security risk assessment and CPTED
  • The design and management of parks according to CPTED principles
  • Implementing CPTED recommendations and the challenges facing local government
  • The role of police in CPTED

This conference will be of particular interest to:

  • Crime Prevention/Community Safety Officers
  • Crime prevention consultants
  • Police
  • Planners
  • Urban designers
  • Architects
  • Local government personnel
  • Criminology and built environment students, researchers and academics

Conference presenters include:

Dr Rachel Armitage (Reader (Criminology) and Deputy Director of the Applied Criminology Centre University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)

Ms Leanne Monchuk (Research Assistant, Applied Criminology Centre University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)

Dr Paul Cozens (Senior Research Fellow, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia)

Tony Lake (International Chair, International CPTED Association)

Chris Butler (Urban Designer, Harrison Grierson Consultants Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand)

Nicholas Martin (Director, Occams Razor, Security Risk Management Consultancy)


The conference program is now available -click here

Food and refreshments will be provided throughout the day and drinks and canapés served at the conclusion of the conference.


Lecture Theatre 026,

Level 0, New LawAnnex(F10A)

Sydney Law School

Eastern Avenue
University of Sydney
(Camperdown campus)

To locate Lecture Theatre 026
The New Law Annex Building (F10A) is the triangular building adjacent to the main law building, closest to Eastern Avenue. Easiest access to Lecture Theatre 026, located on Level 0 of the Teaching Annex, is from the entrance on Eastern Avenue concourse, next to the café (Taste Baguette). Take the stairs or lifts to level 0 and follow the signs. From the carpark, please use lifts number 3 and 4 (on the City Rd side) for easiest access.

Full fee: $200 inc GST
F/T student: $130 inc GST
Sydney Law School alumni: $160 inc GST
University of Sydney staff: $160 inc GST

Discounts will be granted for group bookings of four or more people from the same organisation. For further enquires about these discountsor theconference,contact:Garner Clancey.

Discounts will be granted for group bookings of four or more people from the same organisation. Enquiries about these discounts or pertaining to any other matters in relation to this conference should be directed to Garner Clancey (

MCLE/LPDpoints will be advised on finalisation of the program.

Time: 9am-5.15pm (registration to commence at 8.30am)

Location: LT 026, Level 0, New Law Annex (F10A), Sydney Law School, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney

Cost: Full fee: $200 inc GST

Contact: Events Co-ordinator

Phone: 02 9351 0429

Email: 5b593a6031151d1b131224471b1c2b0032540f1c4459355a