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Posted on: October 20, 2017

[ARCHIVED] 2017 Crime Prevention Conference


2017 Crime Prevention Conference

Every day is a good day to fight crime, but did you know October is Crime Prevention Month?

Since 1984, October has been designated as the month to spotlight what we (all of us) can do to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of a crime.

The fact of the matter is, crime prevention is everybody's business and every October, the Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit and SCOPE's Neighborhood Watch hosts a Crime Prevention Conference at the Sheriff Training Center located at 6011 N Chase Road, Newman Lake, WA 99205.

Are drugs and crime plaguing your neighborhood? Would you like to learn skills and information to empower you to impact your neighborhood in a positive way?

Learn the SafeStreets program, address nuisance properties, work with code enforcement and see how Neighborhood Watch and Business Watch can be powerful tools for your neighborhood.

Sir Robert Peel said, "The people are the police and the police are the people." One result of this truism is the necessity of private citizens and law enforcement to work together and share information.

To learn more and or get a registration form, please contact 509-477-3055 or e-mail [email protected] or download the FORM HERE.

2017 Crime Prevention Conference

WHEN:                 Saturday, October 28, 2017

Where:                 Sheriff’s Training Center, 6011 N. Chase Road, Newman Lake, WA

Time:                    9:00- 4:00 PM Lunch will be provided

Cost:                     $15.00 per person or $10:00 for law enforcement volunteers or students


For more information, please contact the Crime Prevention Deputies:


Deputy David Morris 509-477-6044, email: [email protected]

Deputy Chris Johnston 509-477-2592, email: [email protected]

Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Venus Delcambre-Morris, 509-477-3055, email: [email protected]

Crime Prevention Website: 


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