Objective C.1 Promote socially cohesive neighborhoods, free of crime and violence

1. International clearinghouse on Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. http://www.thecptedpage.wsu.edu/
2. Crime Prevention through Environmental Design website. http://www.cpted-watch.com/
3. Project for Public Spaces. "What Role Can Design Play in Creating Safer Parks?" http://www.pps.org/parks_plazas_squares/info/design/toronto_safety_3
4. Landscape and Human Health Laboratory, University of Illinois. http://lhhl.illinois.edu/index.htm
5. US Green Building Council. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Neighborhood Development. NPD Credits 9 & 10. http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CMSPageID=148
6. City of Arlington. Design Guidelines for Bonus Density and Height in Central Place. http://www.arlingtonva.us/departments/CPHD/forums/rosslyn/CPHDForumsRosslynProposedGuidelines.aspx
7. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Healthy Community Design Fact Sheet. http://www.cdc.gov/healthyplaces/healthy_comm_design.htm
8. San Francisco Neighborhood Emergency Response Teams. http://www.sfgov.org/site/sfnert_index.asp; Citizens of Oakland Respond to Emergencies (CORE). http://www.oaklandnet.com/fire/core/citywide.html
9. City of Oakland Police Department. Neighborhood Block Party Guide. http://www.oaklandnet.com/nno2009.html
10. Pacific Institute "How Alcohol Outlets Affect Neighborhood Violence." http://resources.prev.org/documents/AlcoholViolenceGruenewald.pdf
11. Every Block San Francisco: About Liquor License Status Changes. http://sf.everyblock.com/liquor-licenses/about/
12. Colman V, Sparks M. March 2006. "Public Convenience or Necessity": A Guide for Local Government and Interested Citizens. California Council on Alcohol Policy. http://www.ca-cpi.org/Publications/CARS_PCorN.pdf