Crime Prevention and Safety (CPaS) was a committee of KFNA that provided a forum for residents to discuss crime concerns with each other in order to develop action strategies to address and prevent crime and to create a safer neighborhood. The CPaS Committee also planned and coordinated safety workshops and events throughout the year. This committee is longer meeting.
Southwest Minneapolis’ Neighborhood Crime Prevention Specialist
Crime Information and Alerts
- 5th Precinct Crime Notification E-mail Alerts
- Minneapolis Crime Alert Bulletins (If you are an active block club leader, you may subscribe to the MPD’s Action Alerts for your block. Contact CPS Jennifer Waisanen, info above.)
- Minneapolis Crime Statistics
- Kingfield Homicides Updates
Resources for Crime Prevention and Safety
- Helping Panhandlers and Homeless Persons
- City of Minneapolis Crime Prevention Resources
- Mobile Drug Dealing Information
- Restorative Justice Community Action
- KFNA Crime and Safety Posts and Articles
- Information About Registered Offenders in the Community
- Family Watchdog (A free service to help locate registered sex offenders)
- MFD Ice Safety
- What to Do Before The Burglar Arrives Handout
- Securing Your Home and Property Handout
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