It seems a little strange that after a very long haul through the pandemic that we might actually be returning to some kind of normal this summer. We've been cooped up for over a year, and various … [Read more...] about Art in the City
The contribution of architecture must go through a critical analysis of the urban layout where the buildings are located and point out the responsibility of the architect and urban planner in the act … [Read more...] about Architecture and crime, what is the relationship?
It's been an interesting start to what seems will be another challenging year for all of us. However, it's not without some good news stories that are underway or taking shape. It's a refreshing … [Read more...] about We need new ways to deal with rising crime rates
Victoria, BC Rethink Urban is proud to be working with the Anglican Church of St. John the Divine for a six-month Full Spectrum Community Safety Practitioner in Residence initiative. This initiative … [Read more...] about NEWS RELEASE | COMMUNITY SAFETY PRACTITIONER IN RESIDENCE
It's a pleasure to have Teale join our collaborative, and to welcome him during such uncertain times. I've known Teale for several years now, we worked together as board members with the Greater … [Read more...] about Welcome Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff
I remember meeting Trevor a few years ago following a lecture I did at UVIC, and I even got to enjoy a piece of cake to celebrate his retirement. Since that time, we've continued to cross paths and … [Read more...] about Welcome Dr. Trevor Hancock
It seems that there is no shortage of challenges facing communities these days, including the pandemic and opioid crisis, homelessness, and a rise in certain types of crime. In 1999 I was introduced … [Read more...] about Communities should embrace crime prevention through environmental design
Robert Clarke tells the story of his shift in perspective from Corrections to CPTED, and how the world looks a little different now. Coming out of a lengthy career in Federal Corrections, I thought I … [Read more...] about Through the CPTED Lens
As we travel through this unprecedented time of COVID-19, we are quickly realizing the impact that social isolation and lack of connection has on our physical and mental health. Some of the things we … [Read more...] about What will be important after Covid-19?
5 minute read. This post is the first in a series chronicling experiences in quarantine in the Blue Mountains, Ontario, with some counselling from Season 3 of Westworld, airing at the time of … [Read more...] about A New World