NASRO’s School “Crime Prevention through Environmental Design” course “eye-opening” — Derby Informer


A Kansas elementary school principal called NASRO’s “Crime Prevention through Environmental Design” course “eye-opening,” according to an article in the Derby Informer of Derby, Kansas. The newspaper reported that several administrators completed the course, during which they learned how a physical environment influences three types of human behavior: legitimate users (people using things for their intended purpose), potential offenders (people misusing things or making wrong choices) and observers (people watching and overseeing users). The article quoted NASRO instructor Matt Liston saying, “This is one of the courses that I teach for NASRO that I think is one of the best courses that we offer.” Read the full article and/or learn more about the course.