Is CPTED Useful to Guide the Inventory of Safety in Parks? A Study Case in Stockholm, Sweden

@article{Iqbal2016IsCU,
  title={Is CPTED Useful to Guide the Inventory of Safety in Parks? A Study Case in Stockholm, Sweden},
  author={Asifa Iqbal and Vania Ceccato},
  journal={International Criminal Justice Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={150 - 168}
}
  • Asifa Iqbal, Vania Ceccato
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • International Criminal Justice Review
  • Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) has long been suggested as a guideline for improving safety in neighborhoods. Yet, little is known about the application of CPTED to urban parks. The aim of this study is to evaluate the adequacy of CPTED principles in guiding the inventory of safety conditions of an urban park. The study begins with a review of the development of CPTED ideas and then focuses on the inspection of a park with a relatively high level of crime in the city of… CONTINUE READING
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