DOWNLOAD CRIME FREE MULTIHOUSING FLYER AND REGISTRATION SHEET
PHASE I Crime Free Multi Housing Management Training
NOTE: This is for PHASE I of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program, which is now a REQUIREMENT
for Apartment Managers under Apartment House Code (6.12.090). You can DOWNLOAD
a letter from the NSAA and LVMPD regarding this change HERE.
Description: THIS IS A FREE CLASS & NOW REQUIRED UNDER APARTMENT HOUSE
CODE (6.12.090). Just RSVP above to RESERVE your spot!
The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program began to help reduce crimes and
police calls for service in multi-housing properties like apartment communities.
The goal of the Crime Free Multi-Housing program is to introduce crime
prevention techniques to rental property as to reduce the likelihood of criminal
activity occurring on the premises.
Being part of a crime-free program is a true team effort. Tenants and management
are involved and strongly encouraged to report any suspicious activity to your
local Police Department in order to promote safety for themselves, their families
and their community.
When criminals and other destructive tenants operate out of rental property,
neighborhoods suffer and landlords pay a high price. That price may include:
- Decline in property values -- particularly when the activity begins
affecting the reputation of the neighborhood.
- Property damage arising from abuse, retaliation, or neglect;
property damage from police raids.
- Fire resulting from manufacturing or growing operations.
- Civil penalties, including temporary closure of the property -- or
even property seizure.
- Loss of rent during the eviction and repair periods.
- Fear and frustration when dealing with dangerous and threatening
- Increased resentment and anger between neighbors and property
- The loss of other valued tenants.
The program uses a three-part approach for a property to become fully certified
in the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program.
NOW REQUIRED -----> PHASE ONE involves an 8 hour seminar presented by
the police department for the apartment management and employees.
PHASE TWO will certify that the rental property has met the security requirements
for the tenants' safety.
In PHASE THREE a tenant crime prevention meeting will be conducted for full
certification, and the managers will be granted the use of large metal signs for
display on the property. The management will also be granted the use of the
program logo in all advertisements.
You can view CERTIFIED PROPERTIES below.
Certified Property List (Las Vegas Metro Area Commands)
Certified Property List (Henderson Area Commands)
Here is a schedule of the topics and times (always subject to change, based on area
command and availability of speakers):
8:00am - 9:00am Introduction to Crime Prevention (Strategies)
9:10am - 10:00am Crime Free Housing Program (Overview of Program)
10:10am - 11:00am C.P.T.E.D. (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)
11:10am - 12:00pm Criminal Background Checks (Applicant Screening)
12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch Break (on your own)
1:00pm - 2:00pm Combating Illegal Activity (Focus on Gangs & Drugs)
2:10pm - 3:20pm Working With the Police
3:30pm - 5:00pm Serving Notices | Evictions | Fair Housing Laws
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