Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

It is a natural strategy to control access to the premises and creates risk perception in offenders’ thus reducing crime. The photo also has an extensive semiprivate land attached to the tarmac road to reduce its exposure to crimes (Newman, 1996).
In photo 6, the natural surveillance concept is evident. The windows depict it, and the door faces the parking area and the street. It also has a friendly street and sidewalk with security light at the door for enough lighting. These ideas increase awareness of the residents and neighbors on anything that happens within their residence (Newman, 1996).
In photo 7, there is a territorial reinforcement which creates a sense proprietorship of the user to perceive an influence of the territory to the criminal. According to the photo, there is weak support evidence by a temporary fence made from sticks (Crowe, 1990).
It can explain the security of the place is enough, and no need for concrete wall and also this is a rural setting (Newman, 1996).
In photo 8, the mechanical concept is applied. The windows have a protective glaze with reinforced metals bar from inside and doors with materials that are difficult to breakthrough. This technology makes crime a difficult thing to commit (Smith, 1996).