Citizenship Strengthening as a Design Strategy for Crime Prevention

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Title Citizenship Strengthening as a Design Strategy for Crime Prevention
O Fortalecimento da Cidadania como Estratégia de Design para Prevenção de Crimes
 
Creator Almeida, Mariana Rosa de
Costa, Suéllen Mota Marques
Engler, Rita de Castro
 
Subject Arte - Proteção
Desenho (Projetos)
Parques urbanos
Prevenção de crimes
Meio ambiente (Arte)
Art - Protection
Design
Urban parks
Crime prevention
Environment (Art)
 
Description In addition to police action, other factors contribute to crime prevention, including design. The Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) approach uses design to modify the offender's perception of the opportunity and benefits of crime. The goal of the research was to identify in Parque do Confisco (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil), based on CPTED, factors that would stimulate criminal practice, as well as to verify if it would be possible to eliminate these factors. To this end, bibliographic research and spatial observation in the field were carried out. The analysis was based on the three strategies of CPTED: natural access control, natural surveillance and territorial reinforcement, as well as the investigation considered some aspects of the 3D approach (Designation, Definition and Design), typical of CPTED. The results revealed that low visibility, depredation and poor maintenance are the main aspects that stimulate criminal practice in the area. It is possible to implement improvements, however, it is necessary to build integrated projects that consider both physical and behavioral dimensions.
Além da ação policial, outros fatores contribuem para a prevenção do crime, dentre eles, o design. A abordagem Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) utiliza o design para modificar a percepção do transgressor quanto à oportunidade e o benefício do crime. O objetivo da pesquisa consistiu em identificar no Parque do Confisco (município de Belo Horizonte, estado de Minas Gerais, Brasil), sob a ótica do CPTED, fatores que favoreceriam a prática criminosa, bem como verificar a possibilidade de supressão desses fatores. Para tanto, elaborou-se pesquisa bibliográfica e observação espacial em campo. A análise dos dados teve como base as três estratégias do CPTED: controle natural de acesso, vigilância natural e reforço territorial, bem como considerou alguns aspectos da abordagem 3D (Designação, Definição e Design), típica do CPTED. Os resultados revelaram que a baixa visibilidade, a depredação e a manutenção precária são os principais aspectos que favorecem a prática criminosa no local. É possível implantar melhorias, porém, faz-se necessária a construção de projetos integrados que considerem tanto as dimensões físicas quanto as comportamentais.
 
Publisher Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina
 
Date 2021-03-22
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
application/epub+zip
text/html
 
Identifier https://www.revistas.udesc.br/index.php/dapesquisa/article/view/18086
10.5965/18083129152021e0011
 
Source DAPesquisa; v. 16 (2021): DAPesquisa - Publicação contínua; 01-21
1808-3129
10.5965/18083129152021
 
Language por
 
Relation https://www.revistas.udesc.br/index.php/dapesquisa/article/view/18086/12734
https://www.revistas.udesc.br/index.php/dapesquisa/article/view/18086/12738
https://www.revistas.udesc.br/index.php/dapesquisa/article/view/18086/12739
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Mariana Rosa de Almeida, Suéllen Mota Marques Costa, Rita de Castro Engler
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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