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Symposium 2016 & Combo Packages

  • 2016-09-15
  • 2016-09-16
  • Black Hawk, CO

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Goal- To introduce attendees to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (C.P.T.E.D.) Principals.

    Objective-This basic level Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (C.P.T.E.D). course will provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the standard CPTED principles and strategies while giving them an opportunity to work on real life problems. The course will:

    Crime, Crime Prevention, CPTED Introduction
    Paradigms
    Natural Surveillance
    •Lighting
    Natural Access Control
    Territoriality
    CPTED flowchart and classifications
    Space Assessment
    Nine CPTED Strategies
    Factors that Affect Safety and Security
    Movement Predictors & Entrapment Spots
    CPTED Analysis
    Conducting a CPTED Audit
    Residential & Commercial Security
    CCTV effectiveness
    Man/Environment Relations

    Attendees will apply training to real life practical exercises in the classroom.
  • oal- To introduce attendees to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (C.P.T.E.D.) Principals. Objective-This basic level Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (C.P.T.E.D). course will provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the standard CPTED principles and strategies while giving them an opportunity to work on real life problems. The course will: Crime, Crime Prevention, CPTED Introduction Paradigms Natural Surveillance •Lighting Natural Access Control Territoriality CPTED flowchart and classifications Space Assessment Nine CPTED Strategies Factors that Affect Safety and Security Movement Predictors & Entrapment Spots CPTED Analysis Conducting a CPTED Audit Residential & Commercial Security CCTV effectiveness Man/Environment Relations Attendees will apply training to real life practical exercises in the classroom.
  • Goal: To provide a working knowledge for first responding personnel in how physical evidence is collected and preserved.

    Objective: Trainees will be able to recognize, analyze and preserve evidence found at potential or active crime scenes.

    This course will introduce personnel to the various types of physical evidence routinely encountered at crime scenes ranging from simple thefts to homicides. The emphasis of this course will be recognizing and preserving physical evidence. It is essential that first responding personnel understand the significance of physical evidence and how to preserve the evidence so that it can be collected, analyzed and used in judicial proceedings. Due to advances in the field of Forensic Biology, personnel will be introduced to the importance of sterile sampling techniques when dealing with low concentration DNA.

    Attendees will be instructed in:
    Securing the scene
    Recognizing Physical Evidence
    Documenting Evidence
    Collection and preserving of Evidence

    All attendees will process a Mock Crime Scene to include documentation of evidence, photographt and sketches. Participants will also demonstrate their ability to collect items of evidence.

    Additionally, this registration includes the 2-Day Symposium
  • The three day training will provide attendees with a solid foundation of Crime Prevention knowledge and the resources and network contacts to continue their study after the training. The training is open to Crime Prevention or Police Officers, Crime Prevention Specialists, Community Service Officers, School Resource Officers, Unit Supervisors, Neighborhood Watch Coordinators, Loss Prevention Managers and Security Professionals.
    Three Course Outline:
    Goal- To Provide basic Crime Prevention skills and knowledge.
    Objective- Attendees will be knowledgable in 16 core subjects covering 18 areas of Crime Prevention.
    The three day training will cover the following 18 subjects from our 300 page curriculum with Power Point Presentation for each subject. Attendees will also be given a study guide for each subject after it has been presented in class.
    *History of Crime Prevention
    *Three Lines of Defense and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
    *Auto Theft
    *Identity Theft
    *Child Safety
    *Crimes against the Elderly
    *School Safety
    *Community Outreach
    *Identity Theft
    *Lighting for Security
    *Security Surveys
    *Armed Robbery
    *Multi-Housing Crime Prevention
    *Personal Safety
    *Internet Safety
    *Rural and Construction Site Crime Prevention
    Attendees will take a 200 question test at the end of the course and must obtain a 75% or better to pass the course and obtain their designation of International Crime Prevention Specialist (ICPS). The designation is for life as long as their membership to the ISCPP is renewed each year ($35.00).

    Additionally includes the 2-Day Symposium
  • Reduced Rate - Registration Code Required
    Please contact tpoe@iscpp.org if you received an approval notification but no code. If you have the code and it is not working, please contact webmaster@iscpp.org


Our 33rd International Crime Prevention Symposium being held in Black Hawk, CO USA September 15-16, 2016. 

For more on the Symposium, visit the symposium page. 

Register for one of our Symposium or a Pre-Symposium courses + Symposium Combo package here.



If you are looking to only register for a Pre-Symposium course, click here.

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