Thursday, 24th November, 2016

9.00 Registration & coffee
9.30 Welcome addresses François Wellhof & Umberto Nicolini
10.00 Presentation of EU COST Action TU1203 Umberto Nicolini & Caroline Davey
10.30 Keynote lecture David Weisburd
11.30 Coffee break
12.00 Presentation 1: “Theory and history of the discipline” (Action booklets) Günter Stummvoll
12:30 Presentation 2: “Challenges in Crime Prevention in Athens today”. Christina Zarafonitou
13.00 Presentation 3: “Crime Prevention in Place Management”. What consequences does crime, fear of crime and incivilities have in the management of places? How does litter change the way people perceive places? How can place management deal with these issues?  Cathy Parker
13.30 Lunch break
15.30 Presentation 4: “CP-UDP mapping, analyses and teaching”.

The importance of understanding specific places in relation to CP-UDP mapping, analyses and intervention will be shown, illustrated with case studies from Copenhagen and Lisbon on teaching – including some new digital possiblities that can take CP-UDP to a new level.

Bo GrönlundMónica Diniz & participants of the COST TU 1203 training school 2015.
16.30 Presentation 5: “Physical interventions” (Action booklets) Randy Bloeme, Umberto Nicolini, Daniella Idrovo & Paul van Soomeren
17.30 Day 1 close

Friday, 25th November, 2016

9.30 Registration & coffee  
10.00 Presentation 6: “Cooperation In Partnerships And Processes Of CPUDP” (Action booklets) Monica DinizMichael Landzelius, , Miguel Saraiva & Herbert Schubert 
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Discussion: Critical comments on European approaches in Crime Prevention through Urban Design, Planning and Management by three international panellists from the International CPTED Association (ICA). Interviewer: Paul van Soomeren.


Tinus Kruger (South Africa), Tony Lake (Australia), Barry Davidson (Canada), Paul van Soomeren (Netherlands)
12.30 Lunch break
14.30 Workshop: “Exploring situational safety and security” Andrew Wootton, Caroline Davey & Paul van Soomeren
16.30 Comfort break
16.45 Workshop plenary: “Towards safer cities” Andrew Wootton, Caroline Davey & Paul van Soomeren
17.15 Closing words François Wellhof & Umberto Nicolini
17.30 Conference close