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Criminal Minds - Building Safety and Security Showcase - Sydney

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201 Kent Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Architects, Interior Designers, Project Managers, Body Corporate & Building Managers.

Recently around the word, there has been a disturbing tendency towards “low tech” attacks against the public, involving minimal preparation & maximum impact. The use of conventional vehicles and melee weapons to maximise harm are becoming popular modus operandi for radicalised extremists. A common response is to ramp up security with cameras, bollards and other overt security measures; but how to be smarter about it?

Architects, Interior Designers and Project Managers have an important role to play by:

1. Helping to minimise crime by creating a built environment where the ‘perception’ is that criminals will “most likely” be caught.

2. Educating and advising clients on the importance of pre design planning in buildings and public spaces, designs that maximise security by passively deterring opportunistic crime.

3. Working with Local and State Governments in the planning stages to require an assessment of crime and a demonstration that reasonable attempts to reduce crime passively have been incorporated into Development Applications submissions.

This event is pending qualification for 2 Formal CPD Points

Shane Norton

Shane Norton is head of Arup’s Risk & Security division and has been a licenced security consultant for 18-years. Shane will share his experiences on how to reduce crime to as low as reasonably practicable. He specialises in implementing a rational and structured approach to crime prevention, which incorporates high security elements tightly integrated into the architecture and interior design from the outset.

Shane will answer the following questions:

How do designers incorporate security elements without compromising design integrity?

What are adequate measures and how does this impact costs?

What are the Principals of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) theory for optimising deterrence?

Case Studies of buildings in Australia and abroad where security has been seamlessly incorporated into building design.


Costs:
$65 per person or $400 for group of 10 (includes drinks & finger food. All prices are subject to GST.

For further information, please contact Mark Gledhill via email at mark@meccaevents.com.au or call 0419 518 642

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