Halifax Regional Police is hosting a training session for apartment owners and managers who are interested in having their building certified as part of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program (CFMH).
CFMH is a unique crime prevention program that helps apartment owners, managers, residents, police and other agencies work together to make rental communities safer. The one-day workshop will teach owners and managers crime prevention concepts designed to reduce illegal and nuisance activity in rental communities.
What: The workshop will cover the following:
- Overview of the CFMH Program
- Applicant screening process
- Combating illegal activity
- Police and community working together
- Pro-active property management
- Residential tenancy legislation
- Phase Two: Security Assessment
- Next steps in the CFMH Program
When: Thursday, May 12, 2016
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Where: Park Place Hotel and Convention Centre – Ramada Plaza
240 Brownlow Avenue, Dartmouth
Cost: The $85 registration fee covers the cost of the training session and training materials.
Pre-registration is required and closes on May 5, 2016. Visit http://www.halifax.ca/Police/documents/registration_form_Crime_Free_MultiHousing.pdf to download a copy of the registration form.
The training session is the first step of the three phase program; Phase 2 consists of a police officer performing a security evaluation to ensure the property meets minimum security standards and Phase 3 involves the owner/manager hosting an annual Safety Social where residents can learn crime prevention techniques and tips on making their homes safer. Following the completion of all three phases, the owner/manager will earn the privilege to post signs stating they have joined the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program and may use the CFMHP logo for marketing purposes.
More information on the program is available athttp://www.halifax.ca/police/CrimeFreeMulti-HousingProgram.php
Source: Media Release