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Prevent Graffiti Through Environmental Design

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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a method used by architects, city planners, landscape and interior designers, and law enforcement to create a safer community. Property owners repeatedly targeted by graffiti can look to CPTED as a cost-effective way to prevent graffiti.

The Office of Community & Civic Life’s Neighbor’s Together Program offers free consultation and training on CPTED techniques. Please visit Community Safety's website for more information.

Here are some examples of CPTED:

As always, it is important to photograph, report, and remove graffiti as soon as possible (within 10 days, per Portland City Code 14B.80). Find out how to report graffiti here.


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