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Community Design with CPTED in Mind
This presentation will focus on designing safe and active communities through a collaborative approach to the application of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts and principles.

Sep 23, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Wayne Nishihama
OALA(retired)
Wayne is a retired landscape architect of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. He is one of the Founding Directors of CPTED Ontario (2001) and remains as one of the directors, today. Along with Tom McKay, Wayne is involved in the CPTED training for the police and planning and design professionals. He has conducted a number of CPTED presentations and lectures, locally and internationally. In 2013, Wayne opened his own consulting practice under WGN Collaborative, specializing in urban design and CPTED. In the same year, Tom McKay and Wayne created the CPTED Professional Training Centre, which provides CPTED training for the police services, the security industry, municipalities, property managers, community leaders, planners, landscape architects, architects and engineers. Recently, Wayne added the CPTED Professional Consulting Centre, as part of his services with the company.
Tom McKay
B. Comm
Tom McKay recently retired after a 32 year career with the Peel Regional Police. He is founding Chair of CPTED Ontario, an organization that he developed that is devoted to the promotion of CPTED principles throughout the Province of Ontario. He is currently the Canadian Director of the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners (ISCPP) and a member of the Mississauga CPTED Advisory Committee. He is a former Director of the International CPTED Association the Brampton Safe City Association and the Etobicoke Crime Prevention Association as well as past co-Chair of the Central Ontario Crime Prevention Association. Tom has lectured extensively throughout the province on CPTED and is responsible for developing and teaching a basic and Level II CPTED courses which he has taught throughout North America.