Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime

ProQual Level 5 Diploma

The Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime is aimed at individuals
working in the role of Design Out Crime Officer or equivalent in policing, and others in partner agencies, who have an interest in the design of the built environment.

Candidates will examine the principles of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) and how this drives crime  prevention initiatives with
new builds and land re-development, and the testing and certificating of security products.

By completing this learning the delegate will be able to:

  • Understand the principles of an evidence based preventative approach to reducing crime and antisocial behavior
  • Understand the concept of designing out crime through the application of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)
  • Understand the design phase in relation to the built environment
  • Understand the role of the planning system in relation to the built environment
  • Be able to apply designing out crime to the built environment

Suitable for:

Individuals working in roles responsible for the safety and security of the built environment, also Design Out Crime Officer or equivalent in policing.
This would also appeal to those roles in partner agencies and organisations, such as designers. planners and architects, who have an interest in improving the design of the built environment.

Delivery options:

Workplace delivery – 10 days. (This can be flexible to meet the needs of the learners / business.)

Assessment evidence post delivery to be submitted within 12 months.

Learning Outcome – The learner will:

Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 – Understand the principles of
an evidence based preventative approach to
reducing crime and antisocial behaviour

1.1  -Describe the role and responsibilities of the crime prevention, crime reduction,  community safety, security practitioner

1.2 – Analyse a range of methods and processes for preventing and reducing the opportunities for crime and anti-social behaviour

1.3 – Identify suitable tools for use when conducting crime prevent site security surveys

1.4 – Undertake an effective site security survey

1.5 – Evaluate the results of the site security survey

2 – Understand the concept of designing out crime through the application of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design)

2.1 – Analyse ways in which the key concepts of CPTED can be applied to the planned or built environment

2.2 –  Explain the role of:
(a) the Police Design Out Crime Officer (DOCO)
(b) other professionalsin designing out crime

3 – Understand the design phase in relation to the built environment

3.1 – Interpret plans and drawings as part of the design process

3.2 – Identify the professionals involved in the design stage of a development

3.3 – Describe the role of other national organisations in relation to design quality

4 – Understand the role of the planning system in relation to the built environment

4.1 – Outline ways in which specific planning law, procedures and other relevant legislation relate to those practitioners working in the planning process

4.2 – Describe the role of the DOCO and other professionals in the planning process

5 – Be able to apply designing out crime to the built environment

5. 1 – Identify features in the built environment that may
provide opportunities for crime and disorder and
increase the fear of crime

5.2 – Demonstrate how relevant partners can work effectively to apply the principles of designing out crime to the design and planning of the built environment

5.3 – Analyse the key elements of physical security and environmental design that may help to:
a) prevent opportunities for crime
b) improve community safety
c) enhance community sustainability
d) counter terrorism

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