Planners Pint Night: Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

APA California Chapter, Sacramento Valley Section


Thursday, November 29, 2018
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. PST

Sacramento, CA, United States

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“First we shape our buildings, then they shape us.” – Winston Churchill

The choices we make as planning and design professionals influence quality of life, sustainability, and perception of public safety. Every aspect from landscaping, to lighting, to land use has a larger role to play in how a community is shaped. Come learn how planners, designers, public health professionals, and law enforcement can collaborate to create safe, sustainable, and livable communities through CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design) and SafeScape. Paul Zykofsky, Associate Director of the Local Government Commission, will give us an overview of what CPTED and SafeScape are and why young planners should be thinking about these approaches in their daily work.

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Paul Zykofsky, AICP

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Paul Zykofsky, BArch, MUP, AICP, Assoc. AIA Associate Director 916-448-1198 x317 Paul Zykofsky directs the Local Government Commission’s programs related to land use and transportation planning, community design, and health and the built environment. In the past 23 years he has worked with over 300 communities ... Read More

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