Below is a listing of Oscar Newman’s books and other publications (all titles by Oscar Newman, unless indicated).

Creating Defensible Space, 123 pp., U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C., 1996.

Improving the Viability of Two Dayton Communities: Five Oaks & Dunbar Manor, 41 pp., Institute for Community Design Analysis, Great Neck, NY, 1992.

Safe Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan for District 7, City of Plantation, Florida, 93 pp., Institute for Community Design Analysis, Great Neck, NY, 1989.

Long Term Housing Plan to Achieve Integration in the City of Yonkers, New York, 72 pp., Institute for Community Design Analysis, Great Neck, NY, 1987.

Integration = Intervention: The Use of Occupancy Controls at Starrett City, New York, Institute for Community Design Analysis, Great Neck, 1983. Expert testimony in the case of Arthur et. al. v. Starrett City Associates.

Reorganization Plan for the Chicago Housing Authority, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C., 1982. A plan for the complete reorganization of the Chicago Housing Authority, its management, maintenance, finance, physical structure, services, and tenant selection.

Crime Prevention Techniques in Commercial Establishments (Their Related Costs and Insurance Ratings), Institute for Community Design Analysis, New York, 1982. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Housing Design and Children’s Anti-social Behavior (with Karen Franck), 89 pp., Institute for Community Design Analysis, New York, 1981. A study for the National Institute of Mental Health on the effect of housing design in the transmittal of parental values to children.

Design Standards for Homeless Men Shelters in New York City, Institute for Community Design Analysis, New York, 1981. New York State Department of Social Services, Division of Adult Services, expert testimony in the case of Robert Callahan et. al. v. Hugh L. Carey, Governor NYS, Barbara Blum, Commissioner NYS Department of Social Services, Edward I. Koch, Mayor NYC, et. al. (Supreme Court of the State of New York, Index No. 42502/79).

Unmasking A King, Macmillan Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 1981. A novel on the vulnerability of art museums to internal and external theft.

Factors Influencing Crime and Instability in Urban Housing Developments, National Institute of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1980.

Proposal for Improving the Amsterdam Bijlmermeer New Town, The Netherlands, Gemeentelijke Dienst Volkshuisvesting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1980. A plan for rescuing the 12,000 unit New Town recently constructed outside Amsterdam.

Community of Interest, 356 pp., Doubleday, New York, 1980. A detailed architectural and planning guide to reorganizing existing neighborhoods and designing new housing complexes to create secure and well functioning communities.

Design Guidelines for Creating Defensible Space, 213 pp., U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1975.

A Model Security Code for Residential Areas (with Stephen Johnston), 91 pp., Institute for Community Design Analysis, New York, 1975. Security components to be added to standard building codes.

Architectural Design for Crime Prevention, 214 pp., U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1973, #0-473-142.

A Design Guide for Improving Residential Security, 85 pp., U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1973, #2300-00251.

Defensible Space, Crime Prevention Through Urban Design, 264 pp., Macmillan, New York, 1972. (Published in Great Britain under the title: Defensible Space: People & Design in the Violent City, Architectural Press, London, 1973.) (Published in Japanese, Kajima Institute, Tokyo, 1976.)

Park Mall: Lawndale, 150 pp., City of Chicago, Department of Development and Planning, Chicago, 1968. The reuse of public streets and redundant arterials in neighborhood rehabilitation.

New Frontiers in Architecture, 224 pp., Universe Books, New York, 1961. (Also published in Europe under the title: C.l.A M. ’59 in Otterlo, Tiranti, London; Kramer, Stuttgart; Girsberger, Zurich; van Saane, Hilversum.)