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Synergy: Community-Friendly Facilities / Community-Oriented Policing

This session will explore the design of police stations as social centers within their communities, and the commensurate reinforcement of community-oriented policing policies. Utilizing current projects as case studies (including the 2012 JFR Citation-winning Ft. Worth Neighborhood Police...


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Community Engagement in Design for Law Enforcement

Community history, culture and resident aspirations are core to the development of vital neighborhoods. The principles of community policing are founded in the full participation of community representatives in the design process. A Case Study of Toronto Police Service Divisions 11 and 14,...


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Repurposing Existing Buildings for Essential Services Operations

Facing economic shortages, counties are choosing to repurpose commercial buildings for essential services operations. This session will explore the planning and design processes of this approach, and the associated benefits and challenges for programming, operations, and security. #Conferences...


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A Master Plan for Police Facilities in Niagara Region, Ontario

This presentation is a case study of a Facilities Master Plan for a Canadian law enforcement agency of 1,000 members. The Master Plan considers 11 existing facilities and plans for an initial phase to implement two district stations and a Headquarters Facility in two separate communities for $83...


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Tapping a Community’s Soul & Spirit: The Tolleson Police & Court Center

In this session, the Police Chief, Project Designer, and Public Safety Planner will discuss the process of discovering one proud community’s unique culture, history, and aspirations to “honoring the past while repositioning the future” and how community engagement informed the design of their...


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In Transition...Balancing Community and Law Enforcement

This case study will explore the challenges and successes of community-involved design and how an engaged public helped to successfully inform its surroundings for a new police station and government center. #Conferences #AcademyonArchitectureforJustice #2012AAJConference ...

LE_OT-05_AAJ_In Transition_Reston Police.pdf

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AIA-AAJ 2011 Conference: LEED-J: Developing a Sustainability Rating System for Justice

Justice facilities have unique challenges and opportunities for achieving sustainability. Building on the AA J Sustainable Justice Committee’s 2011 “Green Guide for Justice” and informed by the LEED for Healthcare rating system, this work session will be an opportunity to review and discuss a...

20111104_LEED J_ Developing Sustainability Rating System1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ 2011 Conference: Best Value - Alternative Delivery Methods

This session will focus on two unique alternative delivery methods for civic projects:First, the California AOC ’s first Design Assist project, a court-set renovation in Fairfield, CA . The project included new accessible courtrooms, holding, chambers, and support space in an existing building...

20111104_Best Value Presentation1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Forensic Science Facilities “When a Laboratory is Not a Laboratory”

This session will present a discussion on what makes a forensic laboratory project unique. You will learn what building types fall under the umbrella of “forensic science facility”. You will learn the specific spaces and functions which could typically be included in a forensic project. The...

20111103_Forensics Presentation - AIA-AAJ 2011 Conference1.pdf