The latest from AHRC-funded ‘Design Thinking for Prison Industries’ project, from The Times of India. See full article here.
Artists, transport operators, police officers, public administrators, cultural practitioners, curators, policy makers, security consultants, as well as those who identified as ‘vandals’, offered book titles as part of the first ever Human Graffiti Library.
Adam Thorpe featured on Crimewatch (2nd July 2015) with Ben Birtwistle from RBS discussing our ATM anti theft ‘magic mats’. He also spoke about the centre’s ‘Stop Thief Chair’ and […]
The Theatre Session 8th July 2015 09:30 to 18.30 Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, London, N1C 4AA The overarching theme is to explore what is state of the art […]
Prof Lorraine Gamman, Director of Design Against Crime, was part of the Discussion Panel with Richard Rogers, Alan Penn and Sunand Prasad for the Design Commission Inquiry Launch: Built Environment […]
10 Jun 2015: 18:00 – 20:00 Prof. Lorraine Gamman of the Design Against Crime Research Centre will introduce what creatives and criminals have in common. Kyra Maya Phillips will talk […]
15 Jan 2015 18:30 to 20:30 Panel discussion on what’s next in designing innovative services including customer experience, organisational change, Internet of Things, business model innovation. Confirmed speakers include Dr […]
Design, Security & Crime: Policy, Practice, Critiques & Potential Brighton Town Hall 20th November 2014 09.45 – 16.00 DOCA provides a forum for anyone, from architects to designers to local […]
Hosted by UCL Urban Laboratory, the Graffiti Dialogues Network at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London) and Southbank Centre, the Graffiti Sessions will gather a wide group of experts to debate […]