CRI can provide you with a comprehensive Security Risk and Vulnerability assessment for your assets - office, building, or work site - using the internationally recognized CPTED approach.
We use a four-phase approach to this assessment to thoroughly understand the threat environment and security posture of the area under review including evaluation of Risk, Perimeter, Exterior, and Interior.
The first step in any security assessment is to identify the risks. This includes assessing the likelihood and impact of various threats, such as burglary, theft, vandalism, and terrorism. The risk assessment should also consider the specific assets that need to be protected, such as people, information, and property.
The perimeter of a property is the first line of defense against unauthorized access. CPTED principles can be used to design a perimeter that is both physically secure and visually inviting. Some common perimeter security measures include:
The exterior of a property should also be designed to deter crime. This includes features such as:
The interior of a property should also be secure, with measures such as:
CPTED is a holistic approach to security that focuses on designing and managing the built environment to reduce crime. The five principles of CPTED are: