Let’s Talk: Shared Risk & Protective Factors – Establishing Neighborhood & Built Environments

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1 - Ability to DESCRIBE and EXPLAIN injury and/or violence as a major social and health problem. Icon
The peer learning call series Let’s Talk focuses on the upper socio-ecological shared risk and protective factors. This call’s topic was Establishing Neighborhood & Built Environments.
 
Learn how the Wyandotte County Sexual Assault Prevention Coalition has used Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles to build community connectedness and reduce crime in an area of Kansas City that has historically been redlined. Vanessa Crawford-Aragon, Melanie Austin and Stefanie Olson will share strategies that have reduced crime, while increasing neighborhood investment and partner involvement in their community.
POWERPOINT SLIDES: CPTED PLC
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