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Whose Eyes on the Street?

Designers and advocates reckon with the uneasy history of safety in environmental design.

By Karl Krause

Movable seating, tents, and a kiosk transformed the court into a place to support new social interactions. Image courtesy Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice and the Center for Court Innovation.

In 1285, King Edward of England issued the Statute of Winchester—a sweeping reform of law enforcement to curb rising crime across the country. Continue reading Whose Eyes on the Street?