WA CPTED Awards

Crime prevention by design...

Prize Winners of the WA CPTED Awards 2013

1st Prize

Weld Square Redesign
City of Vincent

2nd Prize

Crime Prevention and the Design of Public Schools in Western Australia
John Marrapodi, Department of Education, Western Australia

3rd Prize (joint)

CPTED to reduce shoplifting in small shops
David Chapman, School of Communication and Arts, Edith Cowan University

Northbridge Behavioural Crime Prevention
Cale Arnold, Katrina Fox, Jamie Rangitaawa and Kieran Hubble
School of Communication and Arts, Edith Cowan University

Best Idea Awards

Students Advising Youth project
Sgt. Paul Trimble, Snr Cons Tam McKeown, Tania Gigg
Western Australia Police and partners

Anti-alcohol based crime poster 1
Michelle Maretha, Melville Senior High School

Anti crime bus stop
Saskia Lange, Melville Senior High School

Dob in a Dumper
Nicola Weaver, Meridian Services

Name & Shame WA
Nicola Weaver, Meridian Services

Great Idea Awards

Anti alcohol based crime poster 3
Ahdha Moosa, Melville Senior High School

Crime Empathy
Ashleigh Cole, Sophie Bishop and Charlotte Farquhar
School of Communication and Arts, ECU

Anti-alcohol based crime poster 2
Isabel Howells, Melville Senior High School

UrbanSafe
Braydon Dingian, Melville Senior High School

Graffti Prevention Poster
Alyx Robertson, School of Communication and Arts, ECU

Anti-crime housing estate
Cody Gibb, Melville Senior High School

Safe House Community Program
Bronwynn Nyschens, City of Stirling

Anti-crime bus stop
Ben Kouzina, Melville Senior High School

Device to prevent Vehicle Theft
Bronwynn Nyschens, City of Stirling

Public Etiquette
Jayne Yong, School of Communication and Arts, ECU

Camera on the street
Steve Chandler

The Hoon Park
James Hawkins

A device that can prevent high speed Police car chase
Bronwynn Nyschens, City of Stirling

DRIVE ALIVE  Campaigns
Bronwynn Nyschens, City of Stirling

Campaign to Eliminate Drink Driving
Bronwynn Nyschens, City of Stirling

Academic Support Awards

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School of Communication and Arts, ECU

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Melville Senior High School

Participating Organisation Awards

City of Stirling
Bronwyn Nyschens,

City of Vincent
John Giorgi, CEO

Department of Education
John Fischer, Executive Director Infrastructure, John Marrapodi, Head of Security

Melville Senior High School
Phillip White, Principal

Meridian Services
Kevin Minchinton, Director, Nicola Weaver, Marketing Manager and Joe Phelan, Senior Investigator

School of Communication and Arts, ECU
Alun Price, Snr Lecturer, Head of Design

WA Police
Supt Noreen O'Rourke, Head Community Engagement Division WA Police

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What is CPTED?

  • CPTED is Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

    Underlying the use of CPTED is the assumption that the proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life(Crowe, 2000, p. 46).

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  • The WA CPTED Awards are sponsored and funded by the WA Police Community Engagement Division.

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