It was a pleasure for Ann to present a session on “Collaborative Working with Local Planning Authorities, Regeneration & Development Stakeholders” at the Secured by Design (SBD) level 5 diploma course on “Crime Prevention – Designing out Crime”.
She introduced the students to planning policy and area masterplans and how they apply to Designing out Crime in new development and the importance of Collaborative Working with differing stakeholders.
The group collectively reviewed a community led regeneration project in Somerleyton Road, Lambeth, focusing on the application and delivery of SBD and Crime Prevention Design Advice.
All in all a full on day but, very satisfying to pass on some Designing out Crime Officer (DOCO) knowledge and experience to the next generation!
Ann was invited to share her knowledge and experience of Designing out Crime, with students from a variety of backgrounds attending the first Secured by Design ( SBD ) “Diploma in Crime Prevention” training course this week.
She introduced them to “A DOCOs Perspective of Collaborative Working and Consultation with Stakeholders”. Incorporating an overview of the role of Local Planning Authority and Regeneration Departments. Then the class conducted a Crime Prevention Design Critique of a mixed-use regeneration scheme in London. The scheme was developed by the Lambeth Council in consultation with a variety of stakeholders to provide a high yield of affordable housing and significant community benefit.
A good day with lots of positive learning and information to be reflected upon.
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Hope to see you at my lunch time presentation on Designing out Crime in the built environment.
If you are at the EXCEL – Safer Cities Conference on Wednesday 14th November 2018, do drop in and see me.