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Homeowners' Associations and Neighborhood Watch
9/20/2007
Communities across the nation use Neighborhood Watch to prevent crime and build stronger relationships with law enforcement. Yet NW is not just about crime prevention. It is about knowing neighbors and improving the quality of life in the community. An important goal at neighborhood meetings is to learn more about each other so neighbors are available to help each other during diffi cult times. A controversial partnership for NW groups to consider is the local Homeowners’ Association.
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Incorporating Arson Watch into Neighborhood Watch
5/3/2010
A neighborhood's arson problem can range from youngsters setting nuisance to a full blown crisis with a serial arsonist. The scope of the problem may differ but the solution – an arson prevention program is identical.
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Inter-Agency Partnerships Prove Invaluable for Treasure Valley Idaho
5/15/2007
It’s no secret that creating partnerships between community members and local law enforcement agencies is one of the keys to successful Neighborhood Watch programs, but one Idaho region has taken the concept to new heights.
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International Mass Marketing Fraud Brochure
6/3/2010
The IC3 is a partnership between the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and the FBI. The IC3 serves as a clearinghouse and repository of cyber crime complaints from private citizens and industry. The IC3 refers complaints to law enforcement agencies for investigation and prose-cution and provides analytical support for cyber crime investigations and prosecution.
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It’s a Small World: Crime Prevention in Ethnic Communities
4/30/2010
How crime prevention organizations can break down cultural barriers and build trust between immigrants and law enforcement.
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LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPORTS SAFE COMMUNITIES AMERICA
5/28/2009
What is Safe Communities America? learn more..
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Lawsuit Prevention:Building A Strong Foundation
9/17/2012
The best offense is a good defense! How neighborhood associations can avoid legal troubles by establishing sound operational policies and procedures
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Looking Out For Each Other
5/22/2006
Hillcrest Community Neighborhood Watch Enjoys Decades of Unprecedented Success. You'd never know that this quiet, quaint community was in the heart of a major U.S. city that was once known as the murder capital of the U.S. Find out just what its secret is.
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Making the Connection
8/12/2008
What a tangled web we've woven! The Internet has become something of a cyber smorgasbord with seemingly unlimited options for people to connect
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Medication Theft: Protecting Our Most Vulnerable Neighbors
11/7/2011
When it comes to medication theft, older adults are disproportionately targeted compared with other sectors of the population. The reason: Although people ages 65 and older comprise only 13 percent of the population, they account for nearly one-third of all drugs prescribed in the U.S. .
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