Designing-out crime in parks to be addressed at GreenSpace conference

A full line-up of speakers for the GreenSpace conference Making it Safe has been announced.

Topics that will be covered at GreenSpace's Making it Safe conference next week include dealing with dogs in parks, graffiti, young people and designing-out crime.

The event aims to share best practice on dealing with crime and antisocial behaviour in parks and green spaces.

The GreenSpace event is being held on 17 October at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

Speakers include:

Michael Rowan, director, Mile End Park, London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Peter Owens, parks community liaison officer, Cardiff City Council

Samantha Ward, technical officer, Calderdale Council

Martin Hyde, parks regeneration manager, London Borough of Lewisham

Michael Rowland, leisure policy manager, Bournemouth City Council

Derek Pollock, former Royal Parks OCU commander, Metropolitan Police

 

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