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The National Crime Prevention Council offers crime prevention tips for self, home, and family; community policing; neighborhood building; plus information on McGruff the Crime Dog and his nephew, Scruff. Find out how you can help Take A Bite Out Of Crime!

 

You may also be interested in the 8th Annual Conference on Preventing Crime. It will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, Oct 3-5, 2007. You find more about the conference at http://www.ncpc.org/training/National_Conference.php


Crime Stoppers International, Inc., was developed to be an effective crime-solving organization throughout the world, with the primary objective of this tri-partite organization, Community, Media, and Law Enforcement, being, "Working Together to Solve Crime."

 

 

Albuquerque Police Department - Crime Prevention Program. The Albuquerque Police Department's Community-wide Crime Prevention Program is made up of several components - Neighborhood Crime Prevention, Community Crime Prevention, Business Crime Prevention, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Crime-Free Multi-Housing Program, and the McGruff Program.

New Mexico Sheriffs' & Police Association. Established in 1935, the NMSPA provides a good link to police and sheriff's within New Mexico. You can use this link to contact the NMSPA, or find a key contact in the various Law Enforcement Agencies though the state and local contacts.

 

visit . e liquid uk American Society of Industrial Security, Road Runner Chapter 127, Albuquerque, NM. The local chapter, with links to the National ASIS web page. Provides an calendar of luncheons ( currently on 2nd Tuesday of each month) and guest speakers. ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security practices by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security concerns, such as the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibit, as well as specific security topics. By providing members and the security community with access to a full range of programs and services, and by publishing the only monthly magazine focused strictly on the issues and concerns of security. 

 

USAonwatch.  The National Sheriff's Association's website has resources and information for communities and law enforcement to enhance and strengthen their Neighborhood Watch Programs. It has links to the National Sheriff's Association and lots of helpful hints on establishing a neighborhood watch, neighborhood watch partners (Citizen's Corp, VIPs, CERT, COPS, and Medical Reserve Corp)

 

American Institute on Domestic Violence. A multi-faceted web page with resources on violence in the workplace, missing children, pet registration, and other crime prevention topics. Recognized by the National Crime Prevention Council strategies to prevent domestic violence.


 

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