Corpus ID: 152451138

Designing Out Crime: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

@inproceedings{Geason1989DesigningOC,
  title={Designing Out Crime: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design},
  author={Susan Geason and Paul R. Wilson},
  year={1989}
}
This publication looks at crime prevention through environmental design. It gives an overview of the theory, then examines designing out crime in practice including territoriality, surveillance, access control, target hardening, and practical advice for protecting your home. 
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