The Compendium of Crime Prevention and Reduction in the Planning System
‘The Compendium of Crime Prevention and Reduction in the Planning System’ aims to assist all those involved in the planning system to make sure that designing out crime is part of the process.
The Compendium is divided into an introduction booklet, and five other booklets highlighting the definitions of crime, primary and supporting planning policy, designing out crime and crime prevention advice. All to make sure that built environments are as safe as possible and places where people want to live, work and play.
It comes in a boxed set, priced at £25.00 plus postage. You are free to copy and paste sections from booklets 1, 3, 4 and 5 to assist you in your profession.
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Booklet 3 is to be updated and, in the meantime, The National Planning Policy Framework (opens new window) can be viewed on the Communities and Local Government website.
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If you would like to have your own boxed set, or order extra copies, please use our Compendium form. Alternatively, contact a member of the crime prevention design team (details to the right) or call 101, the Thames Valley Police single number.
If you already own or are using ‘The Compendium’, we welcome your feedback. Please use our Compendium feedback form to submit your comments.
Crime prevention design advisors (CPDAs)
For crime prevention design advice, please telephone your local crime prevention design advisor (CPDA).
01908 257 991
Windsor and Maidenhead