A REVIEW ON DESIGNING A NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER TO ENHANCE THE SECURITY OF URBAN DECAY WITH THE CPTED APPROACH

Abdolmottaleb Karimzadeh

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The CPTED approach is a targeted approach to the efficient and intelligent design of environmental components by employing an optimal artifact environment in reducing crime which has a significant impact on increasing social capital, improving the quality of life, and increasing citizenship satisfaction and thereby improving social welfare. New environmental design approaches emphasize that with regard to the physical structure of urban spaces and the formulation and application of special rules in them, a large amount of crime can be prevented from urban crime, in which this can be achieved by reducing the natural potential of urban areas in crime or crime. Accordingly, in this research, by considering the importance of neighborhood centers in cities and providing security in these spaces we, utilizing available resources and analytical and documentary approaches, intend to provide solutions, executive practices and universally valid principles in urban environments for improving security in them using the CPTED approach. The results of the research indicate that it is very necessary to use the CPTED guidelines and principles in neighborhood center design to increase security, and can lead to positive results. Therefore, at the end of the research, there are presented solutions for urban design and architecture of the neighborhood center that applying them to the design process and the construction and implementation can reduce the capacity of the regions to organize and form a safe neighborhood center.

 

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security, CPTED, neighborhood center, urban crime, environmental design

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