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Housing Authorities


The resources below highlight community-police partnerships that have utilized a range of strategies to address particular elements of crime in residential properties while simultaneously strengthening neighborhoods and improving resident quality of life.   These materials specifically depict strategies used to deter crime in Public Housing serving families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.  These resources highlight police departments that have taken the initiative to build relationships with community partners while empowering residents to reclaim ownership of where they live.


Orchard Garden/Common Public Safety Committee - Boston, MA

Partners: Madison Park Development Corporation, Boston Police Department, and Orchard Gardens/Commons Public Safety Committee

The Orchard Gardens/Commons Public Safety Committee is a highly networked crime watch. The Orchard Gardens Resident Association initiated the group at a MORE...

Westside Crime Prevention Program's Safety and Security Committee - New York, NY 

Partners: Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center & New York Police Department

Westside Crime Prevention coordinated a collaboration between New York Police Department & Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center to address safety MORE...

On the Beat Multilingual Liaison Program - Providence, RI 

Partners: Family Service of Rhode Island & Providence Police Department

The On The Beat Multilingual Police Liaison Program offers a unique collaboration to its community, providing the opportunity for “beat” cops and bilingual social workers to do MORE...

HPHA Drug Market Disruption - High Point, NC

Partners: Low Income Housing Opportunities, Inc, Housing Authority of High Point, and the High Point Police Department

Low Income Housing Opportunities, Inc. is the non-profit component of the Housing Authority of the City of High Point. Other program partners are: High Point MORE...