Session 36: CP2 -> Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: London
Session Chair: Alejandro del Carmen, University of Texas - Arlington
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED): An Analysis of Students' Perceptions of Crime and Victimization
by: Joseph W. Matteen, Valdosta State University (Corresponding)
Deborah Mitchell Robinson, Valdosta State University
Burglaries and CPTED: A Residence and neighborhood Assessment
by: Alejandro del Carmen, University of Texas - Arlington (Corresponding)
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design: A Case Study of a Neighbourhood in Toronto, Canada
by: Emma Patterson, McGill University (Corresponding)

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