2024 New England Security EXPO Platinum Sponsors

Virtual 8-Week CPTED Level 2 Training
Co-sponsored with Toronto ASIS International Chapter / Presented by Tom McKay

This online training course will span 8 consecutive weeks from October 5 - November 23, 2021 every Tuesday from 5-8pm.

A PDF copy of the course material will be sent to students no later than 10 days before the start date of the course. A certificate of completion from the CPTED Professional Training Centre in electronic form will be provided at the completion of the course.

Tuesday, October 5 - Tuesday, November 23, 2021
10am-1:30pm (held every Tuesday between October 5 - November 23, 2021)

Cost / Registration:
The following options are available for registration

Single Registration
$395 - Member; $595 - Non-Member

2 or More Members from the Same Company
$350 / person


Instructor Information

Tom McKay, B. Comm.

Tom McKay is a retired member of Peel Regional Police having served for 32 years.   He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and Certificate in Law Enforcement and Administration from the University of Toronto along with a number of certificates from the Ontario Police College, St. Francis Xavier University and the Canadian Securities Institute.  Tom also completed the one year Ambulance and Emergency Care program at Humber College and is certified as an Emergency Medical Care Assistant (EMCA) for the Province of Ontario.

In 1991, Tom attended the University of Louisville, Kentucky where he successfully completed the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) programme.  He was a twenty-five year member of the award winning Peel Regional Police Crime Prevention Services where he specialized in CPTED.

Tom has lectured extensively throughout the province on CPTED and is responsible for developing and teaching a basic and level II CPTED course which he has taught throughout North America and Bermuda.  Tom developed a popular series of courses known as the Crime Prevention Academy which provides citizens of the Region of Peel with in depth crime prevention training. Tom has also taught Community Policing at Sheridan College (Brampton) and Humber College (Toronto).

Tom has contributed a number of articles to Security Management, Plan Canada, Problem Solving Quarterly, Blue Line, Canadian Property Management and Police Chief magazines and is a recipient of numerous awards including the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners’ (ISCPP) George B. Sunderland Practitioner of the Year Life-time Achievement Award, the Police Executive Research Forum's prestigious Herman Goldstein Excellence in Problem Solving Individual Award, a two time winner of the Peel Regional Police Detective Robert Boyne Memorial Crime Prevention Award and the 2004 Community Policing Award from the Mississauga Chinese Businessman’s Association.  He is also designated as a subject matter expert by the Washington based Police Executive Research Forum.  He subsequently provided school-based, on-site technical assistance to grantees of the U.S. Dept. of Justice Community Oriented Policing program.

Tom is founding Chair of CPTED Ontario, an organization that he developed that is devoted to the promotion of CPTED principles throughout the province of Ontario.  He is also President of the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners (ISCPP) having served on the Board since 2006, a member of the International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP) Crime Prevention Committee and is a former Director of the International CPTED Association, the Brampton Safe City Association and the Etobicoke Crime Prevention Association as well as past co-Chair of the Central Ontario Crime Prevention Association.

Tom remains actively involved in the development of CPTED courses which he delivers as lead instructor of the CPTED Professional Training Centre and Principal of the Centre for Behavioural Based Design, a private company he founded in 2018.  He also serves as an internationally sought after CPTED and crime prevention speaker having most recently spoken at the first annual Crime Prevention International Conference in Dubai where he teaches a Crime Prevention and Problem Solving Course for the Dubai Police.

Tom also serves in the capacity of a crime prevention and CPTED consultant and has frequently appeared in the local and national media as a CPTED expert. 

Wayne Nishihama

Wayne is a retired landscape architect of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. He is one of the Founding Directors of CPTED Ontario (2001) and remains as one of the directors, today. Wayne received his Landscape Architectural Technology diploma from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in 1975.

In 2013, Wayne retired from the City of Mississauga after thirty-eight years in which he served as the Manager of Urban Design for the Planning and Building Department and the Chair of the Mississauga CPTED Advisory Committee.

During his time at Mississauga, Wayne took the initiative to implement CPTED into the planning process and made it part of the City’s Official and Strategic Plans. In 1996, he formed and chaired the Mississauga CPTED Advisory Committee, consisting of all City departments, Peel Police and Safe City Mississauga. The committee’s mandate is to create a sense of a safe community for the citizens of Mississauga by utilizing CPTED strategies and techniques. In addition, Wayne was also instrumental for training staff to implement CPTED concepts on a corporate basis throughout the City of Mississauga.

He created the Mississauga CPTED Principles document, which provides the City with principles and strategies to create a safer and more livable City. The document enhances the awareness of safety and provides a better understanding of urban well being among the citizens of Mississauga.

Along with Constable Tom McKay - Peel Regional Police, Wayne is involved in the CPTED training for the police and planning and design professionals. He has conducted a number of CPTED presentations and lectures, locally and internationally

 In 1996, Wayne received a Civilian Citation from the Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board for his contribution in the development of CPTED in the Peel Region. In 2001, Wayne received the Public Practice Award from the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects, recognizing his outstanding leadership in public practice. In addition, Wayne was a member of the Downsview Park Urban Design Panel in which he provided his expertise on urban design and designing safe communities.

In 2013, Wayne opened his own consulting practice under WGN Collaborative, specializing in urban design and CPTED. In the same year, Tom McKay and Wayne created the CPTED Professional Training Centre, which provides CPTED training for the police services, the security industry, municipalities, property managers, community leaders, planners, landscape architects, architects and engineers. Recently, Wayne added the CPTED Professional Consulting Centre, as part of his services with the company.