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Designing Out Crime Association (DOCA) Seminar: Design, Security and Crime

Start: Dec 13, 2013 10:00 AM
End: Dec 13, 2013 03:30 PM

Location: Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AA

DOCA provides a forum for anyone, from architects to designers to local authorities, home owners and other community interest groups with an interest in design and its implications for safer, healthier communities. This multi-disciplinary seminar - part of the process through which DOCA is evaluating its recent and future work - will consider policy, practice and critiques of crime prevention through design. 


10am: Welcome, Professor Lorraine Gamman, CSM

Part 1: Design, Security and Crime: Practitioner and Policy Perspectives

10.05am: Association of Chief Police Officers - The Crime Prevention Future, ACPO Crime Prevention Lead

10.30am: Lighting - art, security, or both?, Lorraine Callcott, Institution of Lighting Professionals

11.10am: Coffee

10.40am: Esteé Lauder does crime prevention with style!, Steve Hatfield, Security Manager, Esteé Lauder

12.30pm: Lunch

Part 2: Design, Security and Crime: Contexts and Critical Perspectives

13.30pm: The Writing on the Wall: Oskar Newman and Defensible Space Visit London, Ben Campkin, UCL Urban Lab

14.00pm: Hide and Seek: The Dubious Nature of Plant Life in High Security Spaces, Max Colson, Photographer

14.30: Railings: Inclusion or Exclusion?, Matthew Ingleby, UCL

15.00: Q&A, Discussion Session and DOCA Update, Dr Tim Pascoe

15.30pm: Close and Christmas Drinks

Event is free, but RSVP essential at the following address: c.griffith@csm.arts.ac.uk.

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