DESURBS deliverable 2.3: generic integrated security and resilience decision support framework
reportposted on 05.06.2015 by Ksenia Chmutina, Lee Bosher
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
This report constitutes Deliverable 2.3 of the FP7 Security Program research project ‘Designing Safer Urban Spaces’ (DESURBS, Grant Agreement no. 261652). The geographic focus of DESURBS is international, but with specific attention to two case study city locations: Nottingham (UK), and Jerusalem (Israel). This report on Work Package (WP) 2 of the DESURBS project, which draws on these case study cities (and countries), is chronologically the third deliverable of this work package. WP2 encompasses the development of an integrated security and resilience (ISR) design framework, specifically for identifying urban vulnerabilities and improving urban spaces with respect to security threats. It is informed by: • identifying the public and private sector stakeholders responsible for the management of security risks and understanding their roles and interconnectivities (WP 2.1) • assessing security and resilience approaches suitable for urban spaces (WP 2.2) • consolidating security and resilience approaches suitable for urban spaces (WPs 2.3 and 2.4)
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering