DOCA

provides a forum for anyone, from architects to designers, local authorities to home owners and community interest groups who have an interest is design and its implications for safer, healthier communities.

Formed in 1999, we have focused on promoting safer communities and reducing anti-social behaviour by improving the quality of life through the concept, application and practice of designing out crime and its principles. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). We are seeking to take this further, utilising a multidisciplinary approach to make safer, healthier communities.

Membership is open to anyone with a genuine interest in Design and its impact on safer communities. Our members are from all walks of life, professions practices; from home owners to landscape architect, police to town planners, architects to designers. During our relaunch, membership is free to students and professional architects, designers, planners and artists.

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