City of Jacksonville

Weed & Seed

Jacksonville Weed & Seed

Take a Bite Out of Crime

Join the Department of Justice’s Community Capacity Development Office, The National Crime Prevention Council, & The New River-Davis St Corridor

9AM to 5PM, February 23 - 24, 2011
Jacksonville Youth Center • 804 New Bridge Street
You are invited to participate in this event! Become Part of the Team Working to Reduce Crime & Enhance the Quality of Life in Jacksonville

Topics
• Define CPTED, recognize its fundamental principles. And articulate strategies that support each principle • Assess the community using a formal CPTED survey tool • Identify several common indicators of possible mortgage fraud • Discuss additional causes of the housing crises • Develop a three-pronged approach to dealing with abandoned and foreclosed properties • Discuss foreclosure scams • Develop a CPTED-based action plan to address the problems • Identify available resources to support your efforts

A site committee is now being formed to include law enforcement, U.S. Attorney’s Office, community residents, code enforcement officials, Public works officials, businesses, and many other community stakeholders.

Crime Prevention Works!

Crime Prevention Works! Jacksonville, NC is about to prevent crime in a whole new way. Through the use of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design or CPTED, the National Crime Prevention Council will help the New River-Davis Street Corridor Weed and Seed site “design out” problem crime areas and address challenges created by abandoned homes and foreclosed properties through training and technical assistance. CPTED’s goal is to prevent crime through designing a physical environment that positively influences human behavior. It is based on four principles: natural access control, natural surveillance, territorial reinforcement, and maintenance. Through an intensive hands-on two-day training program, you will learn innovative approaches to resolving tough crime issues specifically tailored to meet our community’s needs.

RSVP by February 16: 938-6551

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