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SafeScape: Creating Safer, More Livable Communities through Planning and Design

This book gives an overview of the environmental aspects influencing crime and provides recommended strategies for creating communities where citizens can feel safe. The planning and design solutions presented in this resource are illustrated with personal observations, pictures, and case studies. Also, citizen engagement and an appreciation of diversity are emphasized as key factors for success.

Available for purchase on website.



Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.planning.org/apastore/Search/Default.a...
Publish DateJanuary 2001
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