CBCR promotes cross-site learning to help sites replicate successful programs that worked in other jurisdictions. By adapting proven models to fit local circumstances, practitoners are saving time and resources and seeing greater results. Search this section to find an array of tools used by practitioners around the country that can be applied, adapted and tailored for your safety and revitalization work.
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Helpful tools to gather information about issues such as perceptions of crime and disorder, civic engagement and community-police relations.
Residents can greatly aid law enforcement operations by reporting crime and sharing impact statements.
Many public safety partnerships have found it useful to create MOU's articulating the roles and responsibilities of various partners.
Resources to guide CBCR sites in their collaborative planning process involving research partners, diverse cross sector partners and residents.
A safety organizer or coordinator can be the glue needed to hold complex community safety partnerships together.
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