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LISC/IMPD Indianapolis Neighborhood Safety Initiative

Strategic outline of potential LISC/IMPD safety strategy collaboration
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Aaron Laramore

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of LISC/IMPD Indianapolis Neighborhood Safety Initiative

Goals
Results
Approach
Indianapolis
Neighborhood
Safety
Initiative

Staffing & Resources
Analytical Tools for
problem solving teams
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Link IMPD Crimewatch & LISC Quality of Life networks together
Shift IMPD crimewatch specialist role towards training, organizing and inter-network coordination
Provide targeted enforcement, technical assistance and $$ to neighborhood safety projects
Create SC neighborhood safety teams
District Commander
CDC
SC Convenor
Crimewatch Specialist
Crimewatch leaders
Safer, More Crime Resistant
Neighborhoods
CPTED/SARA trained,
problem solving police/neighborhood development teams
Effective Resident/Police
Problem Solving Safety Teams Tackling Factors that Produce Crime
Why It Can Work:
Our Assets

Sustainable Communities
Geography Overlap
Training
What Does This Look Like?
Crime Watch
Specialists

Facilitate inter-agency cooperation
Train crime watch leaders
Coordinate communication & logistics of safety teams
Crime watch support
system
Maintain link between crimewatch and sustainable communities networks
Mapping & Data
Analysis
Less crime over time
More resident/police collaboration
Lower cost to secure neighborhoods
How?
Reduced incidence and fear of crime
Improved effectiveness of crime watch system
Decreased cost to secure neighborhoods
Scan, Analyze, Respond, Assess
SARA:
CPTED:
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
In LISC Quality of Life Neighborhoods
Widely deploy training in CPTED/SARA problem solving techniques
Zone Analysis:
$1 billion in related investments in housing, economic development and education by 2020
Training
Crimewatch specialists
Individual Crimewatch teams
Crimewatch Taskforce
Who?
Crimewatch Taskforce & Individual teams
Apply CPTED & SARA analysis to problems identified
by crimewatch taskforce/teams in tandem with law enforcement
$$, technical asisstance, best practices support provided to implement safety strategies
Crime & safety problems addressed
Crime reduced, cost of security lowered, quality of life enhanced
Evaluation
Metrics
What worked
What didn't
Why it matters
LISC, IMPD
Crimewatch teams
Safety Taskforce
How Do We Know if
We're Getting It Right?
increase the capability of residents, community based organizations and police to collaborate with each other to prevent crime through data driven problem-solving partnerships.
Partners
Questions?
Aaron Laramore
Program Officer
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
alaramore@lisc.org
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