Resilience has become a fashionable buzzword in the recent security discourses. The concept of urban resilience promises answers to a range of security problems in cities. This chapter discusses to what extent crime prevention through urban planning can benefit from the discourse about urban resilience. The question in this respect is whether the urban resilience perspective can provide the basis for a new paradigm of crime prevention through urban planning. Since the concept of resilience is often used in a narrow technical understanding, the chapter concludes that the concept of urban resilience can primarily be considered promising in the context of crime prevention through urban planning if questions of security are addressed not only in terms of construction and technology, but also within their wider social context.