Booklets based on the findings of the 3 workshops that took place at the conference and built on by our 2013 Winter School students are now available.
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Abstracts & Select Proceedings
The Abstracts and Select proceedings of the first Design and Crime Conference, held in Sydney in December 2012 are now available online.
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Thank you to all the presenters and attendees at the first Design and Crime Conference held at UTS last month. Day One was full of thought provoking presentations which led to many animated discussions at the cocktail party and Design and Crime Exhibition. Day Two enabled all attendees to put their ideas and particular expertise into action at the workshop sessions on Circular Quay, Barangaroo and Kings Cross. The Conference Program and Proceedings is available here to enable the knowledge transfer on design and crime to continue.
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Breaking News – WORKSHOPS ANNOUNCED
On day two of the conference (13th December) participants will have the opportunity to gain an exclusive insight into how design is being used to tackle crime and safety issues at one of three iconic Sydney locations. The sessions include a site visit hosted by key people managing these sites followed up by designer lead workshops exploring innovative solutions to the problems identified.
Image: Barangaroo Delivery Authority, www.barangaroo.com
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WHERE IS THE DESIGN + CRIME 2012 CONFERENCE?
A CONFERENCE WITH A DIFFERENCE
This is a meeting of professionals and academics from diverse backgrounds coming together to explore new ways of preventing crime, increasing safety and making places work better.
The unique structure of this conference is designed to deliver strategies and practical solutions to the problems you face in reducing crime. No matter what your tasks and responsibilities, the focus is on solutions! In addition to keynote talks by world leaders you will learn about current research and practice at the intersection of criminology and design. You will also have the chance to workshop real problems with experts. Best of all, you will leave Sydney with a network delivering ongoing support into the future.
Five streams - Retail, Urban Living, Late Night Economy, Transport and Counter-terrorism - give attendees the opportunity to concentrate on issues of particular concern.
Join us in Sydney to meet the world specialists in your discipline and acquire the latest thinking in making places safer. This conference will change the way you approach crime prevention.