CPTED at the community level

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Richelieu Vanier Community Centre
300 Des Pères Blancs Ave. – Ottawa (Vanier) ON K1L 7L5


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The panelist’s remarks will be in English only. Questions will be encouraged in both official languages.

While the promotion of CPTED principles is a key factor in the safety of our communities, their greatest impact is felt when dealing with private space. Learn how CPTED principles can contribute to safety at the community level by benefitting the places where we live, work and play.

Subjects to be addressed include:

  • CPTED at the Community Level
  • Citizens and CPTED
  • Introduction to CPTED
  • Designing Safe Communities
  • Engaging Youth in CPTED Audits
  • CPTED and Bill 168
  • CPTED in Housing
  • Loitering-Matrix
  • CPTED in Parks
  • CPTED in public transportation

Speakers will include:

  • Constable Tom McKay, Peel Regional Police
  • Wayne Nishihama, City of Mississauga
  • Constables Marten Wind / Paul Hawrychuk, Durham Regional Police
  • John Gwozdowski, Stile Architect
  • Gurmeet Singh, Toronto Community Housing
  • Mike Fenton, Paragon Protection Ltd.
  • Security Dan Wright, Ottawa Community Housing Corporation
  • Sylvie Langevin, Ontario Works, Social Services
  • Kimberley Weston-Martin / Gord Robinson, OC Transpo

More information on the conference : www.crimepreventionottawa.ca

Accommodation
Contact: The Hampton Inn, 200 Coventry Road, Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4S4
Telephone: 613-741-2300-Toll Free Hampton Inn Ottawa: 1-877-701-1281
Rate: $135 plus applicable taxes (mention CPTED Conference)

CPTED at the community level

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Richelieu Vanier Community Centre

300 Des Pères Blancs Ave. -Ottawa (Vanier) ON K1L 7L5

2010 CPTED Ontario Workshop Registration Form

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Don’t Delay…there is limited space for this event!

$35 Early Bird Registration

(before September 26, 2010)

$45 – Registration Fee

(after September 26, 2010)

(Invoices can be sent for groups

from the same agency or firm)

Some bursaries are available.

Send an e-mail to:

cpo@ottawa.ca to inquire.

Please mail registration with payment

(cheque payable to: “City of Ottawa”) to:

Crime Prevention Ottawa

110 Laurier Avenue

Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1

The panelist’s remarks will be in English only. Questions will be encouraged in both official languages.

MORNING LARGE GROUP SESSIONS
8: 45 – 9:30CPTED at the Community Level Tom McKay & Wayne Nishihama
9:30 – 9:45 Citizens and CPTEDTogether for Vanier Beautification Committee
MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS (Select the session you would like to attend)
9:45 – 10:45 a.m.
____ Session 1 Introduction to CPTEDCsts. Marten Wind / Paul Hawrychuk, Durham Regional Police

____ Session 2 Designing Safe CommunitiesJohn Gwozdowski, Stile Architect

11:00 – 11:55 a.m. (Select the session you would like to attend)
____ Session 3 Engaging Youth in CPTED AuditsGurmeet Singh, Toronto Community Housing

____ Session 4 CPTED and Bill 168Mike Fenton, Paragon Protection Ltd.

AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS (Select the session you would like to attend)
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
____ Session 5 CPTED in housing-Dan Wright Ottawa Community Housing Corporation-
____ Session 6 Loitering – MatrixCst. Tom McKay, Peel Regional Police
AFTERNOON LARGE GROUP SESSION
2:15 – 3:00 p.m. –Session 7CPTED in parksSylvie Langevin, Ontario Works, Social Services
3:00 – 3:45 p.m. –Session 8CPTED in public transportationKimberley Weston-Martin / Gord Robinson OC Transpo

Click here to view/download a PDF version of the Social Housing Presentation

Click here to view/download a PDF version of the Why Fix a Window presentation by Tom McKay

Click here to view/download a PDF version of CPTED and Bill 168 by Mike Fenton

Click here to view/download a PDF version of the Conference Survey Summary

Click here to view a gallery of images from the conference