2009 Youth Crime and Design
Youth, Crime & Design Workshop
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Holiday Inn – Trillium Room
601 Scottsdale Drive, Guelph, Ontario
On their own, the issues of youth, crime and design can be challenging. Taken to together, they can represent a disproportionate demand on Police resources if addressed in isolation. CPTED Ontario is pleased to announce its 2009 Youth, Crime and Design workshop in the “The Royal City”, Guelph, Ontario, situated in the heart of southern Ontario, just 100 kms west of Toronto. Guelph is consistently rated as one of the country’s most livable cities due to its low crime rates, clean environment and generally high standard of living.
This important, don’t miss, workshop will examine the connection between Youth, Crime and Design and attempt to provide answers to what are commonly perceived as youth related problems.
|Subjects to be addressed include:|
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- Understanding today’s youth
- Recognizing and avoiding those spaces that support loitering, skateboarding,graffiti, lawless public behaviour/disorderly conduct and drug dealing
- Developing positive environments for youth
|Speakers will include:|
- Dr. Patrick Parnaby, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, University of Guelph (CPTED and the Relevence of Youth Culture PDF)
- Constable Tom McKay, Peel Regional Police
- Mike Fenton, Director of Consulting and Client Services for Paragon Protection Ltd.(Strip Malls and Youth PDF)
- Dragan Spasojevic, Security Services, York University (Who’s space is it anyway? PDF)
- Randy Jamieson, Senior Project Manager, City of Mississauga
- Gurmeet Singh, Community Safety Consultant with Toronto Community Housing (Toronto Community Housing PDF)
Contact: The Holiday Inn and Conference Centre, Guelph, ON.;
Phone No.: 1-519-836-0231; Rate: $119.99 plus applicable taxes
Registration Fees (all funds payable in Canadian dollars):
CPTED Ontario Members: $90.00
All funds payable in Canadian Dollars
Don’t delay… there is a limit of 60 people for this event.
Payment Options: Cash, cheque or money order payable to CPTED Ontario
Please submit with payment to:
CPTED Ontario, Attn: Tom McKay
7750 Hurontario Street, Brampton, ON. L6V 3W6
Click here to view/download a PDF version of the conference flyer with the attached registration form.