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December 13, 2011 > Crime Free training

Crime Free training

Submitted By Kim Macdonald, Fremont PD

Phase I training for the Crime Free Multi Housing Program will be held Thursday, December 15 at the Fremont Police Department. The training will be given by Union City PD and Fremont PD and will include participants from Union City and Fremont rental communities.

The "Crime Free Multi Housing Program" is a Crime Prevention program that has been proven to reduce crime in multi unit properties. This FREE eight-hour course will cover topics such as:

* The "Crime Free Multi Housing Program."
* Principles of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)
* Applicant Screening
* Evictions
* Police/Management Partnerships
* Drug/Gang warning signs
* Crime Prevention

The training will be conducted at the Fremont Police Department, 2000 Stevenson Boulevard, Fremont on Thursday, December 15. Class will start at 8 a.m. and last until approximately 5 p.m.

Please join the Fremont Police Department in our efforts to maintain our city's reputations as one of the best cities to reside in here in the State of California.


Kim Macdonald
Crime Free Coordinator
(510)790-6908
kmacdonald@fremont.gov

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