A helpful resource exists through The National Crime Prevention Council (“NCPC”) in Arlington, Virginia, for providing the public at the local, state and national level with access to a library of information available to address the many challenges, issues and problems encountered on a daily basis in our society.
A wealth of literature, including pamphlets, brochures and other helpful publications, is provided on the NCPC’s website on issues such as:
- Alcohol and/or Drug Use in Adults and Children
- Domestic Violence
- Identity Theft
- Internet Safety
- Sex offenders
- Sexting/Cell Phone Safety/Cyberbullying
- Home and Neighborhood Safety
- School Safety
- Violent Crime and Personal Safety
…and hundreds of other helpful topics.
You may visit the National Crime Prevention Council's listing of topics by clicking here: http://www.ncpc.org/topics
Any topics of interest that are not listed in the home page directory of the NCPC’s website can be easily accessed by typing your query into the search engine present at the top left hand corner of the page.
You may also wish to visit "A Child's Security and Crime Prevention Center" by Brick House Security. Here, you will find links to learn more about security and crime prevention for children.
IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WHO HAS COMMITTED A CRIME OR PLANS TO COMMIT A CRIME
contact your local police department or leave a Crime Tip for Officer Sweet.
To contact Officer Karen M. Sweet directly, please call: (440) 279-2111.