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Name:Selena McClureCPTED Neighborhood EvaluationDirections:Having learned about various ways in which the environmental design of aneighborhood can either prevent or welcome crime, you will conduct an analysis of your ownneighborhood.Use the questions in the table below to score crime prevention considerations ofenvironmental design and include comments on areas of improvement given said scores.Foradditional extra credit, you may include a secondary file submission with photo and/or videodocumentation of up to 10 key points of analyses as they pertain to your evaluation.Photos/videos should be clearly labeled to identify elements of CPTED either clearly utilized ormissing/needing improvement.While photos will be easier to delineate a clear 10, videoproduction will need to include clear numeration for each of the 10 identified elements.Hint:Since many of you may have children at home 24/7 these days, turn this into a scavengerhunt for them and let them help you with your homework for a change.Criteria for evaluation:Below you will find each of the key elementsin CPTED and a series of criteria that illustrate each.For eachcriterion, answer the question with an all caps “YES” or “NO” at theend of each question to note if the criterion holds true for you home.Once finished in each section, sum the number of “YES” responses(except for the last section in which “NO” responses are summed) forthat section and provide that score in the space designated at thebottom of each section.Advice forimprovement:What areareas of potentialimprovement needed toenhance theenvironmental design ofyour neighborhood tobetter prevent crime?Territoriality:Real territoriality—do walls, fences, gates, or other itemscreate a physical barrier to your neighborhood?Symbolic territoriality—do signs, landscaping, or other itemssignal a change in ownership that clearly distinguishes yourneighborhood from those around it?

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