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ASIS Calgary 162: CPTED – Bringing Communities Together
November 18 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm EST
About this event
When you look at things differently, the things you look at change. Learn how the power of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and Community Engagement coupled with a partnership with Crime Stoppers has helped prevent crime, while also enhancing community safety overall.
This unique and interesting concept has been the focus of a Harvard University Business School case study.
About Sean Sportun, ICPS, SAS-AP®
With nearly three decades in the Corporate Security Industry, Sean is a true security afficionado and has been recognized globally for his industry achievements. Sean recently joined GardaWorld as their National Director, Strategic Accounts for Canada; and prior to that he spent 15years leading Circle K’s Central Canada Loss Prevention Department, while also providing support to their Western Canada Business Unit.
A graduate of the Seneca College Law Enforcement Program with Honors in 1993; he also holds two separate certificates on Leadership & Management from Queens University and has attained certifications as a CPTED Level 2 Practitioner, Situation Awareness Specialist Advanced Practitioner and achieved the designation of International Crime Prevention Specialist. Sean is also a current member of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, where he works with law enforcement agencies across Canada on crime prevention, community safety and community well-being initiatives.
A dedicated Community Safety Advocate, in 2002 Sean joined the Toronto Crime Stoppers volunteer Board of Directors; where he is currently the program’s Chair – in addition, he serves as the Vice President for the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners association, which provides crime prevention training on a global level.
As a direct result of Sean’s Involvement and dedication to community safety he has received a number of prestigious accolades; most notably the Key to the City of Baton Rouge for his Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts in 2005, his selection as the 2013 Canadian Security Magazine’s Security Director of the Year and the 2016 Mission 500 Humanitarian Award (the first Canadian to achieve this honor). In 2019, Sean was selected by Security Magazine as one of the Most Influential People in Security and also received the 2019 Community Leader Award from Canadian Security Magazine. Recently, Sean was once again recognized on the international stage by being ranked 6th globally by IFSEC Global for Security Management and is a nominee for the 2021 Ontario Premier’s Award.
Sean’s innovative vision has been the focus of Harvard University’s School of Business which published two business reviews on his approach towards retail crime prevention.