October is Crime Prevention
New Cybercrimes Publication
The National Crime Prevention
Council recently developed a cybercrimes publication. In it, cybercrime is
defined, and the types and costs of cybercrime are described. Additionally, the
publication offers prevention strategies and resources to help combat this
increasing crime trend. Click
here to view and download.
ANRO and New Comic Book
Marsha Hott, NCPC’s Director
of Community Outreach, recently conducted a podcast with Susan Larson, Director
of Corporate Marketing for ANRO Communications. Thanks to a generous donation
by ANRO, Celebrate Safe Communities
sites will receive copies of the new comic book, McGruff The Crime Dog in
the Case of The Missing Sock Puppet. ANRO has agreed to print 60,000 copies of
the comic book to support CSC sites across the country in their crime
Click here to
listen to the podcast, which discusses how businesses can become involved in
community safety efforts, how local organizations can approach a business, and
the benefits of partnership.
NCPC would like to remind you
to sign up for our cybersafety webinar on Wednesday, October 24, from
2:00pm-3:30pm, presented by Detective Sergeant Ronald Tilder. Click
here to register.
Highlighted Celebrate Safe
City of Bowling Green, KY, Celebrates Safe Communities
City of Bowling Green, KY, has been an active Celebrate Safe Communities
participant for several years! Events are registered through the city’s
Neighborhood Services office and supported by several city agencies, such as
police and fire. For more information, go to http://www.bgky.org.
I Give Myself Away Stage Play
– Marietta, GA – Nov. 17
Give Myself Away" Stage play will be presented on November 17-18 at the
historic Earl Smith Stand Theatre in Marietta, GA. The purpose of this
initiative is to help bring awareness to and prevent teen and young adult
violence. Contact Dr. Angelia Williams for information at 770-422-4048 or email@example.com.
Register your public safety
event at www.celebratesafecommunities.org!
A CSC event can be anything large or small, such as an anti-drug march,
a community safety fair, or a neighborhood clean-up. When you register your
event, you will have access to free downloadable crime prevention resources,
training programs, and other incentives. The first 500 sites to register will
also receive a starter kit of resources.