CPTED ONTARIO 2011 CONFERENCE

“Building Strong Communities”

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Monday, October 17, 2011
09:00 am to 16:00 pm

Walper Terrace Hotel
1 King St. W.,
Kitchener, Ontario,
N2G 1A1
+1(519)745-4321


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CPTED Ontario is pleased to announce that its 2011 Conference “Building Strong Communities” will be held in downtown Kitchener, Ontario. It is located in the Waterloo Regional Municipality and is adjacent to the cities of Waterloo and Cambridge.

Great neighbourhoods are more than the sum of their parts. They require thoughtful planning, careful design and, most importantly, a motivated and engaged citizenry. Learn the essentials required to build, develop and nurture the great types of neighbourhoods where we all want to live, work and play and the role that CPTED can play in realizing this goal.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

Jim Diers has been helping to build strong communities in Seattle for the past 35 years. In1988, he was appointed the first director of Seattle’s Department of Neighbourhoods where he served under 3 Mayors. During his 14 year tenure, his department grew to become a national model for neighbour powered planning and development. Today, Jim delivers his message around the world as a sought after consultant, motivational speaker and author of the book “Neighbor Power, Building Community the Seattle Way”.

OTHER SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Joanne Foote has worked in Community Services Department of the City of Mississauga for over 25 years. She has utilized CPTED concepts in a number of neighbourhood beautification projects, where she engages the community to help themselves and the City.

Brian Page CET, OALA, CSLA, CMMIII is a Landscape Architect and the Supervisor for Site Development for the City of Kitchener where he has devoted his career to improving Community Services in the municipal sector. He has received numerous awards from the CSLA, OALA and OPPI for his work on Tree Management Policy, the City of Kitchener Urban Design Manual and Barrier Free Accessibility. Brian has spoken at several universities and at the NICP CPTED Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Lisa Thompson CPT, CMMI works for the City of Kitchener as a Planning Technician and CPTED specialist where she promotes CPTED principles to planners, architects, landscape architects and the development industry and educates them on how to implement crime prevention into their project design. She has been a guest lecturer, along with Brian, at several universities and a speaker at an NICP CPTED Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Constable Tom McKay is a 26 year veteran of the Peel Regional Police, where he has specialized in CPTED for the past 20 years. Tom has written numerous articles on CPTED, instructs CPTED courses throughout North America and is a recipient of numerous awards including the prestigious Herman Goldstein Excellence in Problem Solving Award from the Police Executive Research Forum.

2011 CPTED Ontario Conference Registration Form (Click here to download a PDF version of this form)
Name: ……………………………………………………… Agency/Firm: ………………………………………….. Address:…………………………………………………… City: …………………………… Province/State: ………………………. Postal/ZIP Code: ……………………. Telephone:…………………………….. E-mail:…………………………………..
Please submit with payment to:
CPTED Ontario Attn: Tom McKay
7750 Hurontario Street Brampton, ON L6V 3W6 Fax: 905-456-6106
For further information, contact Tom McKay at (905) 453-2121 ext. 4025 or email at info@cptedontario.ca.

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Tips on Reading Environments presentation

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Central Parkway Mural Project presentation

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Implementing CPTED in the Site Plan Project presentation

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Ford City Implementation of CPTED Audit Findings presentation

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Crime Prevention Through Community Empowerment presentation

Click here to view/dowload a PDF version of the Brampton Safe City presentation

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