- America’s only Architect and Criminologist: Through Environmental Design
- Building Security, Anti-Terrorism Design, Gated Communities, Street Closures
- Training in Crime Prevention, security design, accessibility, jail and prison issues
- Premises Liability: Negligence in Security, Safety, and Design-Related Cases
- Security Design and Analysis
- Threat and Vulnerability Audits, Counter terrorism security Master Plans
- Prison and jail violence; inmate suicide prevention and design issues
- Primer to Design Safe School Projects in Case of Terrorist Attack
- Guide to Mitigate Potential Terrorist Attacks Against Buildings.
Randall aka “Randy” I. Atlas, Ph.D., (Doctorate of Criminology), is America’s only architect and criminologist.
He is an internationally recognized practitioner of crime prevention through environmental design.
Crime analysis, he developed recommendations to reduce threat of car thefts, assaults, and robberies.
He is able to give CEU’s for architects, planners and police.
White Collar Crime;
Drugs in Society;
Comparative Criminal Justice Organizations;
Intro to Corrections.
A registered architect and national known in crime prevention.
Atlas specializes in designing the safest and most secure buildings.
He has designed jails, prisons, preventing premises liability lawsuits.
Atlas was one of the architects designing new prototype elementary, middle, and high schools. He conducted a review of existing and proposed prototypes and assisting in the development of school security design guidelines for 120 new schools.
Homeland Security Risk Vulnerability Assessment
Threat and Vulnerability Assessment for Power facilities and office building.
Security masterplan, policy and procedures and physical security review for hospitals.
A study of security signage, graphics and groundrules for the different multi-family properties.
Suicide Prevention and Security Analysis
He conducts crime analysis and develop comprehensive security crime prevention programs to protect elderly residents.
Emergency Room, and develop architectural, technological, and operational changes that improved security in the Emergency Care Center.
The threat of workplace violence in hospitals has been increasing and this study was to deal with improving access control, redesign of screening area, and reducing cross traffic.