Title A Empirical Study on the Effectiveness of CPTED Facilities and Techniques in a Low-rise Residential Area
Authors 조영진(Cho, Young-Jin) ; 한수경(Han, Su-Kyoung) ; 김승남(Kim, Seung-Nam) ; 박유나(Park, Yu-Na)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.10.23
Page pp.23-34
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords CPTED; CPTED Facilities and Techniques; Binominal Logistic Regression; Street Light; Building Access Control Device; CCTV
Abstract This study aims to quantitatively verify the crime prevention effects of various CPTED facilities and techniques based on micro-space units(parcels) in a low-rise residential area. The research site is Gongneung 1- and 2-dong of Nowon-gu, where CPTED projects were carried out in 2015 and 2017, and a field survey was conducted on the location and status of CPTED facilities and techniques. To analyze the effectiveness of crime prevention, a binomial logistic regression was performed using 112 reporting as a dependent variable. CPTED facilities and techniques put into the model as independent variables were classified into those installed on the street(open-street CCTVs, street lights, emergency bells, reflectors) or in the parcel(CCTVs and lights for buildings, access control devices, mirror sheets, security covers, CCTVs and lights for parking lots, retroreflective bands, wall painting). Meanwhile, as control variables, parcel environmental factors were included. The results showed that street lights, access control devices, and CCTVs for parking lots were effective in preventing crime and disorder.