How We Do It
We are designed to build a culture of neighborly communication and responsibility in the city of Detroit. In order to reduce crime in the area, we are working with local residents to create block clubs, a forum for residents to connect and create neighborhood safety strategies.
This initiative provides the spark for a network of residents that will continue their crime-fighting efforts well after the program has moved on. We work to improve levels of neighborhood guardianship while reducing victim attractiveness and susceptibility.
In the Community
You can see us in your neighborhood taking surveys, advocating for victims and survivors of domestic violence, talking to residents, boarding up houses, organizing and atteding community meetings, and distributing flyers. Below are the three strategies we help facilitate community and individual safety.
“We hope for better things…
It shall arise from the ashes”
Father Gabriel Richard, 1805