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Implementasi Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Pada Fasilitas Parkir Sepeda Motor (Studi Kasus: Kampus Fakultas Ilmu Budaya USU)

*Aulia Malik Affif orcid  -  University of Sumatera Utara, Indonesia
N Novrial  -  University of Sumatera Utara, Indonesia

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Most often crime that occurs on the USU campus is motorcycle theft. In fact, several motorcycle theft on the USU campus is covered by electronic media. So there is a need to make a motorcycle parking model to reducing and preventing the opportunity for crime to occur. This research aims to make a model of Faculty of Cultural Studies USU campus motorcycle parking with the CPTED concept. This research using the descriptive qualitative method. This research started with a physical analysis of existing conditions in the motorcycle parking area, then the author developing a motorcycle parking model with the CPTED concept.  The result of this research is motorcycle parking model in Faculty of Cultural Studies USU campus is focusing on six ways, i.e: (1) using hedge as fence; (2) using automated system parking portal and pedestrian way from/to parking area; (3) construct parking lot roofing; (4) construct students gathering space; (5) using speed bump; (6) using signage. By applying this six ways, the Faculty of Cultural Studies USU campus motorcycle parking is expected to free from any crime.

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Keywords: CPTED; crime prevention; environmental design

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