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  • Can New Security, Communications & CPTED Developments Help Water Systems Meet Goals Related to Sustainability & Green Concepts?
  • CLIMATE CONTROL GOALS
    • Reduce Carbon Footprint
    • Develop Enhanced Sustainability
    • Utilize Green Concepts in Use of Equipment and Systems
  • Greenhouse Gasses
  • EMMISSION CONTROL
      • Limit Use of Electricity
      • Limit Use of Equipment and Transportation that Generates Greenhouse Gasses
  • SECURITY GOALS
    • Deter, Detect, Delay, Respond
    • Develop Perimeter Security
    • Key Elements:
      • Good CPTED Principles
      • Adequate Fencing & Signage
      • Camera Surveillance
      • Detection
  • Perimeter Security
    • Key Element in Security Design
    • Deter Adversaries
    • Detect Adversaries
    • Delay Adversaries
  • Deterrent Approach
    • Why the Deterrent Approach Works:
      • For Most Criminal Types, There Are Three Basic Rules:
        • Avoid Being Caught
        • Avoid Being Identified
        • Avoid Taking Unnecessary Chances
  • CLIMATE CONTROL GOALS
    • Reduce Carbon Footprint
    • Develop Enhanced Sustainability
    • Utilize Green Concepts in Use of Equipment and Systems
  • Crime Protection Through Environmental Design
    • CPTED Security Principle #1
      • Natural Surveillance
    • "See and be seen" is the overall goal when it comes to CPTED and natural surveillance. A person is less likely to commit a crime if they think someone will see them do it. Lighting and landscape play an important role in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.
  • C rime P rotection T hrough E nvironmental D esign
    • CPTED Security Principle #2
      • Natural Access Control
    • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design or CPTED utilizes the use of walkways, fences, lighting, signage and landscape to clearly guide people and vehicles to and from the proper entrances. This CPTED principle is not necessarily to keep intruders out, but to direct the flow of people while significantly decreasing the opportunity for crime.
  • C rime P rotection T hrough E nvironmental D esign
    • CPTED Security Principle #3 - Territorial Acceptance
    • Creating or extending a "sphere of influence" by utilizing physical designs such as pavement treatments, landscaping and signage that enable users of an area to develop a sense of proprietorship over it is the goal of this CPTED principle.
  • CPTED VALUES IN SECURITY
    • CPTED = Green = Eco-Friendly
    • Examples
      • Reduction in Security Construction
        • Less Overall Camera Surveillance
        • Less Need for Overall Fencing
        • Less Security Patrols
  • NEW TECHNOLOGY
  • Sustainability & Green
    • Sustainability
    • The aim of sustainable design is to produce places, products and services in a way that reduces use of non-renewable resources, minimizes environmental impact, and relates people with the natural environment
    • Green
    • Green is considered the color of Nature, and thus Green refers to being Eco-Friendly whether it applies to Buildings, Environment, Services, Systems or Other Form of Development
  • How Does This Relate to Low Cost Perimeter Security and Water/Wastewater Sites?
    • New Security Technology
    • Application of CPTED Concepts
    • Use of Wireless Mesh Networks
    • Use of “WiFi” Centers & The Internet
    • IP Addressable Security Devices
    • Deterrent Approach to Security
  • Wireless Mesh Network
  • DEFINITION – WIRELESS MESH NETWORK
    • A Mesh network implemented over a Wireless LAN
    • A wireless communication infrastructure with a high amount of cooperation between many individual wireless stations
  • New Security Technology
    • Low Light Digital Cameras
    • Digital Video Recorders (DVR)
    • Integrated Systems
    • Solar Energy
    • IP Addressable Devices
    • Wireless Innovation
  • Solar Field
  • Solar Energy Concentrator
  • Wireless Mesh Camera
  • Solar Powered Cameras
  • Reagan Young England Butera
    • Leading Architects Based in New Jersey
    • “ CPTED is an architectural strategy that
    • “ naturally” reduces the incidence and
    • fear of crime, supplementing more
    • technological approaches”
  • Sustainability & Green
    • Sustainability
    • The aim of sustainable design is to produce places, products and services in a way that reduces use of non-renewable resources, minimizes environmental impact, and relates people with the natural environment
    • Green
    • Green is considered the color of Nature, and thus Green refers to being Eco-Friendly whether it applies to Buildings, Environment, Services, Systems or Other Form of Development
  • How Does This Relate to Low Cost Perimeter Security and Water/Wastewater Sites?
    • New Security Technology
    • Application of CPTED Concepts
    • Use of Wireless Mesh Networks
    • Use of “WiFi” Centers & The Internet
    • IP Addressable Security Devices
    • Deterrent Approach to Security
  • Benefits Of New Technology
    • Less Lighting Required for Video
    • DVR Intelligence
    • Integration
    • Low Power Requirements
    • No Cabling
    • No Trenching
    • User Friendly
    • Communication Integration
  • No Cabling
  • Environmental Resources Management
    • Major Environmental Engineering Firm
    • “ Water purification and wastewater treatment systems are probably very high on the list of vulnerable infrastructure and utilities systems. Private industry and public utilities have a responsibility to protect these systems.
  • Environmental Resources Management
    • Major Environmental Engineering Firm
    • The approach discussed in this paper integrates the protection of the water and wastewater systems with goals of sustainability which should be another private industry and public entity responsibility”
  • Security Issues for Water and Wastewater Sites
    • Straight Roadways Leading to Infrastructure
    • Open Areas at Perimeter
    • Clean Water Access
    • Remote Sites Unmanned
    • Lighting
    • No Deterrent
    • Weak Signage
    • No Detection
  • Remote Sites Solution
    • Reliable Detection
    • Good Fencing
    • CCTV Surveillance
    • Good Lighting
    • High Decibel Sounding Alarm Siren/Horn
  • Detection
    • Key Component in any Security Solution
    • Without Detection there cannot be Response
    • Deterrent Approach Requires Detection
      • Detection Activates Alarms
      • Detection Activates Cameras
      • Detection Activates Lighting
      • Detection Activates Communication
    • CPTED is the most cost effective means of deterring crime. Deterring crime is far better than dealing with the results of crime-system downtime, money for repairs and hunting the culprits.
    • - James Woodruff, PE. CPP
  • Example of Strong Signage
  • Summary
    • Use Natural Resources for Security
    • Implement CPTED Principles
    • Consider New Security Technology as Means to Implement Facility Protection While Maintaining Sustainability and Green Concepts
    • Consider Deterrent Approach as a Successful, Low Cost Security Solution
  • Your Environmental Resources Are Priceless Utilize Your Natural Environment Along with New Security Technology, Wireless Communications and the Deterrent Approach to Provide Effective, Low Cost, Protection to both Your Facility and Its Environment
  • Questions www.wivenhoegroup.com Phone: 609-208-0112 Cell: 973-725-2175 E-mail: info@wivenhoegroup.com