The Crime Free Multi-Housing Class is designed specifically for multi-housing units and multi-tenant building owners and/or landlords. Participants learn important ways to make rental properties (including single-family homes) and multi-tenant buildings safer. Topics covered include methods of landscaping and other design factors to help keep criminals and criminal activity away.
The class explains ways to work with police to make rental properties safer. Other topics covered include gang activity, graffiti and narcotics. Members of CRIT and Attorney Deborah Wilson from the law firm of Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius P.C. will be available to answer questions.
How to Register
For more information or to register for either class, call the CRIT team at 720-898-6883. Registration is required and space is limited, so those wanting to participate are encouraged to register early.
- Tuesday, April 11
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Lake Arbor Community Station, 8110 Vance Dr.