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Residential Home Safety cpted

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Residential Home Safety cpted

  1. 1. CPTED Approach Nov 25th 2010 Protective Upgrade for Existing Windows… the Weakest Link Crime Prevention
  2. 2. B&E – Attempted Forced Entry Need a
  3. 3. Windows – The Weakest Link © 3M 2004. All rights reserved. Pictures Go Here Crime Blast Harden the Target
  4. 4. 3M History of Innovations Since 1902 © 3M 2006. All rights reserved. 50,000 Products
  5. 5. What are Security Film Laminates?  Polyester filmPolyester film – Film = LaminateFilm = Laminate – With PSA (adhesive) & linerWith PSA (adhesive) & liner – ClearClear – Energy security combinationEnergy security combination  Applied to room sideApplied to room side – Requires professional installsRequires professional installs – Perimeter security upgradePerimeter security upgrade – Like laminated glassLike laminated glass  Two technologiesTwo technologies – Basic polyester 4mil to 14milBasic polyester 4mil to 14mil – Microlayer 26 and 39 layersMicrolayer 26 and 39 layers – Depends on threatDepends on threat
  6. 6. Window Film Laminate Cross-section  Adhesive Flexible/Aggressive 26 – 39 layers PolyesterFilm Working Metallic Thin Coating Glass Abrasion Resistant Coating No issue with ammonia based window cleaners
  7. 7. Glass Types  TemperedTempered – Breaks violently (small pieces)Breaks violently (small pieces) – Safety (i.e. Patio doors)Safety (i.e. Patio doors)  LaminatedLaminated – Sandwich of PBV and glassSandwich of PBV and glass – Mostly new constructionMostly new construction – Safety (i.e. vehicle windshields)Safety (i.e. vehicle windshields)  WiredWired – Fire rating only (dangerous)Fire rating only (dangerous) – Not securityNot security – No safety with fire ratingNo safety with fire rating  Plate or FloatPlate or Float – Annealed (i.e. most windows)Annealed (i.e. most windows) – Large sharp shardsLarge sharp shards
  8. 8. MYTHS of Security Window Film Laminates  Bullet proof/resistantBullet proof/resistant  Bomb proofBomb proof  Burglar proofBurglar proof  Prevents windowsPrevents windows from breakingfrom breaking  DIYDIY  Stops anything!Stops anything!
  9. 9. FACTS of Security Window Film Laminates  Complements CPTED pro-active concepts:Complements CPTED pro-active concepts:  Deters crime & home invasionsDeters crime & home invasions  Complete Alarm systemsComplete Alarm systems  Target hardening (physical security)Target hardening (physical security)  ReducesReduces – Loss and investigation costsLoss and investigation costs – Risk & liabilitiesRisk & liabilities  Professionally installed only – get references!Professionally installed only – get references!  Clear option to bars/grillsClear option to bars/grills
  10. 10. Threat-Risk Assessment  Clear viewClear view – InvitingInviting – Maintain valueMaintain value Film BarsVs.  Obstructed viewObstructed view – UninvitingUninviting – Lowers investmentLowers investment  Hidden deterrentHidden deterrent  Visible deterrentVisible deterrent  StructuralStructural damagedamage – DowntimeDowntime  Minimal damageMinimal damage – ContinuityContinuity  Protects glassProtects glass – No flying shardsNo flying shards – Life safetyLife safety  UnprotectedUnprotected glassglass – Shards into productShards into product – No glass safetyNo glass safety Crime solvingCrime solving – Blood DNABlood DNA  Little evidenceLittle evidence – Typically noneTypically none
  11. 11. Threat-Risk Assessment  Blast protectionBlast protection Film BarsVs.  NoneNone  UV protectionUV protection – Blocks 99% UVBlocks 99% UV  NoneNone – UV fades propertyUV fades property  NoneNone – Breaks glassBreaks glass  ProjectileProjectile protectionprotection – Small rocks, golf ballsSmall rocks, golf balls  Easy fire escapeEasy fire escape – Open windowOpen window  Hampers escapeHampers escape – Not easy to exitNot easy to exit
  12. 12. CPTED - Crime Deterrent  Thief needsThief needs – SpeedSpeed – StealthStealth  Film “robs” themFilm “robs” them – Delay, deters, noisyDelay, deters, noisy – Sets off alarmSets off alarm – Glass break and strobeGlass break and strobe – Thief still outside building!Thief still outside building!  WindowsWindows – Easy point of entryEasy point of entry – 60% B&E through glass60% B&E through glass – Upgrade the weakest linkUpgrade the weakest link – CPTED approachCPTED approach
  13. 13. Pharmacy Case History  First B&EFirst B&E – Alarm system activatedAlarm system activated – Loss of drugsLoss of drugs – Damage to displaysDamage to displays – Installed CCTV camerasInstalled CCTV cameras  Second B&ESecond B&E – Repeat of aboveRepeat of above – Installed security filmInstalled security film  Third attempted B&EThird attempted B&E – Didn’t get inDidn’t get in – No loss & no interruptionNo loss & no interruption – Complemented security systemComplemented security system – On Guard 24/7On Guard 24/7
  14. 14. Typical Results  No loss, liabilities or riskNo loss, liabilities or risk – Insurance coverageInsurance coverage – No rate increaseNo rate increase – Held broken glass shardsHeld broken glass shards  No downtimeNo downtime – Glass intact; easy cleanupGlass intact; easy cleanup – No water damage if rainingNo water damage if raining – No display/product damageNo display/product damage  Evidence (some cases)Evidence (some cases) – Finger printsFinger prints – Blood sample (DNA)Blood sample (DNA)  Incident report onlyIncident report only – Property Managers pleasedProperty Managers pleased – Less paper workLess paper work
  15. 15. Store Front Case History  First B&EFirst B&E – Alarm system activatedAlarm system activated – Loss of cigarettes, etc.Loss of cigarettes, etc. – Damage to displaysDamage to displays – Installed security filmInstalled security film  Second attemptedSecond attempted B&EB&E – Attempt on New Years dayAttempt on New Years day – Didn’t get in; no lossDidn’t get in; no loss – Complemented alarm systemComplemented alarm system – Did not change out for 3Did not change out for 3 weeks!… no issue with coldweeks!… no issue with cold  On Guard 24/7On Guard 24/7 – Immune to power outagesImmune to power outages
  16. 16. Store Front Case History
  17. 17. G20 – Toronto
  18. 18. Typical Installations Security Peace of Mind
  19. 19. Health & Safety  SafetySafety – Accidental breakageAccidental breakage – Protect staff near windowsProtect staff near windows – Applies to all filmsApplies to all films  RiskRisk – Public liabilitiesPublic liabilities – Keep insurance coverageKeep insurance coverage  UVUV – Blocks 99% UVBlocks 99% UV – Reduce fading of furnishingsReduce fading of furnishings – Skin Cancer FoundationSkin Cancer Foundation  Energy & comfortEnergy & comfort
  20. 20. Not Using Film can Leave Quite an Impression… Nothing Prevents Fading Skin Cancer Foundation Recommended
  21. 21. Blast
  22. 22. Blast Mitigation  GlassGlass – Weakest linkWeakest link – Used as weaponUsed as weapon – Up to 1,000 ft per secondUp to 1,000 ft per second  Target hardeningTarget hardening – Government, Consulates, banksGovernment, Consulates, banks – Collateral damage & nearby bldgsCollateral damage & nearby bldgs  Accidental blastAccidental blast – Chemical plantsChemical plants – RefineriesRefineries
  23. 23. GSA – Blast Test
  24. 24. Security Film in Action (GSA Standard) Blast – No Film Blast – with Film Blast testing above = 9 psi. Hurricane Andrew = 1 psi
  25. 25. Attachment  ObjectivesObjectives – Contain shards (protect people)Contain shards (protect people) – Reduce risk & liabilitiesReduce risk & liabilities – Strengthen weakest linkStrengthen weakest link – Tempered glassTempered glass  OptionsOptions – Daylite (no attachment)Daylite (no attachment) – Mechanical (screws & metal)Mechanical (screws & metal) – Wet glaze (most popular)Wet glaze (most popular)  ElasticityElasticity – Absorb energyAbsorb energy – Create flexible membraneCreate flexible membrane – Reduce stress on framesReduce stress on frames
  26. 26. GSA – Blast Test Elasticity is critical to absorb energy
  27. 27. National Gallery of Canada Case History • Blast mitigationBlast mitigation • SafetySafety • Crystal clear protectionCrystal clear protection
  28. 28. Vehicles – First (& 2nd ) Strike Protection
  29. 29. Selecting Film/Contractor  Brand nameBrand name  WarrantyWarranty  Tech supportTech support  ReputationReputation  Years in businessYears in business  ReferencesReferences  History of projectsHistory of projects Due diligence
  30. 30. CPTED SUMMARY Upgrade Existing Glass  CrimeCrime  Home invasionsHome invasions  Risk & liabilitiesRisk & liabilities  Less downtimeLess downtime  BlastBlast  Life SafetyLife Safety  Complements CPTEDComplements CPTED  Fix the Weakest Link…Fix the Weakest Link… Thank you for your time

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