How can we prevent crimes by urban planning systems. Exp: city lightening, positioning the buildings, parks, schools and state buildings
Crime prevention strategies through urban planning
Historically, people built walls to secure their cities against outsiders who might rob the citizens, or worse, slaughter them. Cites are the source of both, greater levels of risk as well as opportunities for crime prevention and responses. Improving the design and management of the environment are preventive actions that can help to reduce crime, for example, city lightening, positioning the buildings, parks, schools and state building, and better connected neighborhoods act against crime. Criminal groups operate more easily in areas of difficult access. Having well-designed streets with good infrastructure, facilitates surveillance and also quick police action.