Secured by design impact evaluation: key findings

Paul Teedon, Timothy Reid, Polly Griffiths, Kate Lindsay, Simon Glen, Angus McFadyen, Paulo Cruz

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Abstract

The Caledonian Environment Centre was commissioned by Glasgow Housing Association, Strathclyde Police and the Association of Chief Police Officers Crime Prevention Initiatives to carry out quantitative and qualitative analysis of the impact of Secured By Design (SBD) door and window installation within GHA housing stock. The evaluation was also supported by the Scottish Government. The primary aim of this commission was to investigate the impact of SBD installations on the level of crime, primarily housebreaking, in areas where the installations have been implemented; and to explore tenant and LHO perspectives on potential related effects, such as satisfaction with the installations and perceptions of safety within the home and surrounding area.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGlasgow Caledonian University
Commissioning bodyGlasgow Housing Association
Number of pages19
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2009

Keywords

  • Secured By Design
  • SBD
  • door installation
  • window installation
  • crime
  • housebreaking
  • tenants
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  • CPTED

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    Teedon, P., Reid, T., Griffiths, P., Lindsay, K., Glen, S., McFadyen, A., & Cruz, P. (2009). Secured by design impact evaluation: key findings. Glasgow Caledonian University. http://www.securedbydesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/SBD-Evaluation-Key-Findings-2009-2.pdf