Safety + Crime

VISION: The NE Corridor will be safer through crime prevention and reduction efforts and having engaged neighbors.

Completed Completed      Ongoing Ongoing      Pending Pending      Failed Failed
1. Increase equitable law enforcement to decrease drugs, violence and gang activity within the community and decrease crime by 10% per year.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
1.1 Community policing so that neighbors and police work together for fair and equitable enforcementOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 2-3 Decreased crime rate
1.1.1 Rational police assignments that best serve the NE CorridorOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 3 Increase law enforcement response rate
1.1.2 Advocate for more police from the community (live in the community)One Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 1-5 Increase police home-ownership in the
NE Corridor
1.1.3 Train the police on cultural competency to better understand the community they serveOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 3-5 Increase police participation and events
in the NE Corridor community
1.1.4 Develop confidence in reporting crime and police responsivenessOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodCommunity Resurrection Partnership, Prosecutor's OfficeYear 3-5 Decreased crime rate
1.1.5 Ensure there is support for those who report crimes through victims assistanceStop the Violence, Inc.IMPD Victims AssistanceYear 4-5 Increase number of crimes solved
1.2 Develop and implement a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) program (i.e., lighting)King Park Development Corporation Year 2-5 Creation of Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design (CPTED)
program (i.e., lights)
Front Porch Homes: (15 existing, 7 for rehab)
1.3 Relationship building with juvenile offenders Stop the Violence, Inc.Community Resurrection Partnership, One Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodYear 2-5 Decrease in juvenile offenders
2. Increase community collaboration for coordinated crime prevention throughout the NE Corridor using existing resources and participating organizations.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
2.1 Work with landlords and homeowners to participate in community crime preventionKing Park Development Corporation United Northeast Community Development Corporation, Oasis CDC, Martindale-Brightwood CDC Year 2-5 Reduction in crime rate
2.2 Clearing house of community resources ensuring data is timely and accurateKing Park Development Corporation Year 2 Creation of clearing houseNew King Park website
2.3 Create positive high quality recreational alternatives for young people and young adults Crosstown Community CenterYear 1-3 Four programs set up annually
3. Welcome, engage and know your neighbors, so that empowered neighborhoods prevent crime.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
3.1 Develop and implement "NWC in the NEC" (Neighbors Who Care in the NE Corridor) committee using paid organizersStop the Violence, Inc.One Voice-Martindale-Brightwood, Community Resurrection Partnership, Edna Martin Christian Center, King Park Development Corporation, United Northeast Community Development Corporation, Martindale-Brightwood CDCYear 3 Launch of "NWC in the NEC"
3.2 Create intergenerational relationships where people of different generations interact and talk/listen to each otherHopeside Senior CommunityYear 3-5 Two intergenerational relationship
events created
3.3 Host the NE Corridor Youth Lock-In to promote youth involvement and dialogue sessionsStop the Violence, Inc.NE Corridor Safety & Crime Action Team, NE Corridor Youth Engagement Action TeamYear 1 100 participants attend event scheduled
for 3.29.14
1. Increase equitable law enforcement to decrease drugs, violence and gang activity within the community and decrease crime by 10% per year.
Status
Result Statements and Tactics
Lead
Collaborators
Timeline
Success Indicators
Comments
1.1 Community policing so that neighbors and police work together for fair and equitable enforcementOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 2-3 Decreased crime rate
1.1.1 Rational police assignments that best serve the NE CorridorOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 3 Increase law enforcement response rate
1.1.2 Advocate for more police from the community (live in the community)One Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 1-5 Increase police home-ownership in the
NE Corridor
1.1.3 Train the police on cultural competency to better understand the community they serveOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodIMPDYear 3-5 Increase police participation and events
in the NE Corridor community
1.1.4 Develop confidence in reporting crime and police responsivenessOne Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodCommunity Resurrection Partnership, Prosecutor's OfficeYear 3-5 Decreased crime rate
1.1.5 Ensure there is support for those who report crimes through victims assistanceStop the Violence, Inc.IMPD Victims AssistanceYear 4-5 Increase number of crimes solved
1.2 Develop and implement a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) program (i.e., lighting)King Park Development Corporation Year 2-5 Creation of Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design (CPTED)
program (i.e., lights)
Front Porch Homes: (15 existing, 7 for rehab)
1.3 Relationship building with juvenile offenders Stop the Violence, Inc.Community Resurrection Partnership, One Voice-Martindale-BrightwoodYear 2-5 Decrease in juvenile offenders