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CFP: iDOC2019 International Design Out Crime Conference, 13-15 Feb 2019, Perth, Western Australia

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Terence Love <[log in to unmask]>

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PhD-Design - This list is for discussion of PhD studies and related research in Design <[log in to unmask]>

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Hello,

 

This is our Call for Papers for the "iDOC2019 International Design Out Crime
and CPTED conference" of 13-15th February 2019  in Perth, Western Australia.

 

The themes of iDOC2019  are: 

 

New Directions in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

 

Night Time Economies and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

 

The tools of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and
Design Out Crime are powerful design methods  for architects, planners and
product designers to  reduce crime and create wonderful societies.

 

The last five years has seen radical changes in CPTED and Design Out Crime. 

 

These include increased focus on: crime data;  evidence-based design; human
and other equity issues; computerisation  and digitisation,   AI-based
surveillance and Smart Cities; indigenous legal systems;  counter-terrorism;
financial and legal liabilities, and increased awareness that some  taken
for granted CPTED and Design Out Crime methods can increase rather than
reduce crime. The result has been many new directions in CPTED and Design
Out Crime  and this is why " New Directions in CPTED" is a key focus of this
conference. 

 

Innovation in 24 hour Smart Cities has its own new directions   in CPTE and
hence the second iDOC2019 theme of "CPTED for Night Time Economies"

 

The iDOC 2019 conference is aimed at a variety of different fields of
designers  and researchers working in the areas of architecture, urban
design and planning, landscapes, systems and service design, crime
prevention, product design, safety, government policy, law, management,
governance, law, politics, community development, systems and service
design.

 

The conference comprises: academic peer-reviewed papers, 'Tales from the
Field', posters, specialist design topic sessions, and multidisciplinary
team-based design exercises.

 

More details of iDOC  2019 along with presentation submission, registration
and more themes are at https://idoc2019.org 

 

The iDOC 2019 conference is a collaboration between Edith Cowan University
Sellenger Centre, The International CPTED Association, and the Design Out
Crime and CPTED Centre.

 

The conference  location, Perth  in western Australia is a cosmopolitan city
that is  close to many beaches and areas of natural interest. In February
the weather is  warm and sunny.  Possible side adventures include swimming
with whale sharks, seeing kangaroos and koalas, visiting the enormous (20
story high) Karri trees, swimming with dolphins, visiting the pearl
fisheries, hanging out in heritage Fremantle,  sailing, clubbing and much
more - as well as studying the design of crime prevention!.

 

Come and join us!

 

Please circulate this call for papers to your colleagues and students and
anyone else who may be interested.

 

Regards,

 

Terence

 

==

Dr Terence Love 
Design Out Crime & CPTED Centre

Perth, Western Australia

 <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask] 

 <http://www.designoutcrime.org/> www.designoutcrime.org 

+61 (0)4 3497 5848

==

ORCID 0000-0002-2436-7566

 

 

 

Best wishes,

Terry

==

Dr Terence Love

Love Design and Research

PO Box 226, Quinns Rocks

Western Australia 6030

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+61 (0)4 3497 5848

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