To reduce the fear and incidence of crime thereby working towards an improvement of the quality of life by promoting Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in Ontario and throughout Canada.
Who We Are
CPTED Ontario (pronounced sep-ted) was developed in 2001 as an Association with a mission to reduce crime thereby working towards an improvement of the quality of life by promoting Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles in Ontario.
What We Do
CPTED Ontario's vision is to promote safe community design through advocacy, education and networking.
How We Do It
CPTED Ontario provides resource materials through educational pamphlets, newsletters and an active website, hands on training, conferences and zone meetings. All resources cover a wide variety of themes and topics that will help educate and promote CPTED Ontario's three Principles.
News & Events
Due to premature end of the CPTED Ontario General Meeting of January 28, 2021, we have rescheduled the meeting in its entirety to:
Thursday, February 11, 2021
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
CPTED Ontario General Membership (virtual) Meeting
for CPTED Ontario members only.
Presentation: "Building Bridges - The Future of CPTED in Canada"
Steve Woolrich - Principal, RethinkUrban and Greg Smith - Principal, Urban Security Innovation
The presentation will be 10:00 -10:30 am and to be followed by the CPTED Ontario General Membership Meeting
This will be a ZOOM meeting.... if you wish to attend, please request an invite at
See the News and Event Sections for
The General Membership Meeting Agenda
Benefits of becoming a Cpted Ontario Member
access to our website member's area
internal directory of practitioners
invitation to annual zone meetings
networking opportunities with other professions that share common needs an concerns
a discounted price to the annual conference
access to resource library
latest CPTED developments
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“CPTED is good planning. It is where you start and augment with good procedural and physical security.”
Timothy D. Crowe - Author, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design