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West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
West kendall   kendall crime prevention
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West kendall kendall crime prevention

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This is a power point presentation I made for my Crime Prevention class at Miami Dade College. It is the first power point presentation that I made without the help of others. It is a presentation of …

This is a power point presentation I made for my Crime Prevention class at Miami Dade College. It is the first power point presentation that I made without the help of others. It is a presentation of the crime that is going on in my neighborhood during the year of 2010 and ways that we could prevent those crimes from occurring again.

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  • Yellow: Single-Family homes.Brown: Multi-Family homes.Pink: Townhouses.Green: Parks.Blue: SchoolsLight blue: LakesPurple: Communications, Utilities, Plants, and Terminals.
  • Source: http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Police_Services.asp- Separate by Florida Turnpike Extension
  • RED ASTERIK: RobberiesTRIANGLES: Auto Thefts. Green – attempt. Blue – Unclassified. Pink – stolen. Red – foreign stolen. PINK SQUARE: Vehicle BurglariesRED SQUARE: Residential Burglaries
  • 2 robberies: Wednesday (08/11) 04:06AM and Monday (05/17) 04:27AM.
  • Source: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Neighborhood/brokenwindow.htm
  • Source: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Auto/default.htmhttp://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Neighborhood/default.htm
  • Source: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Neighborhood/default.htm
  • Security can spot many of the problems that exist in an area and report these problems.Source(s):http://www.fpl.com/customer/report_trouble.shtmlhttp://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Neighborhood/default.htm
  • Source: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/Personal/default.htm
  • Source(s): http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Press_Releases/gun_bounty.asphttp://www.miamidade.gov/mayor/domestic_violence_2008.asp
  • One Gun, One Arrest, One Grand. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Press_Releases/gun_bounty.aspMy Neighborhood. Retrieved November 16, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://gisims2.miamidade.gov/MyNeighborhood/mpomap.asp?Cmd=INITResults for Miami Schools. Retrieved November 16, 2010 from CitySearch Website: http://miami.citysearch.com/listings/7330-sw-132nd-ave-miami-fl/schools/56697?cityState=Miami+FL&what=schools&lng=-80.40629&lat=25.69855Police Services. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Police_Services.aspDiaz, John. Preventing crime, enforcing laws, supporting public safety. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from seattle.gov Website: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/default.htmReport Power-Related Concerns. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from FPL Website: http://www.fpl.com/customer/report_trouble.shtmlDomestic Violence. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mayor/domestic_violence_2008.asp
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    • 1. West KendallSW 72 Street & 132nd Avenue<br />Ricardo Figueroa<br />CJE 3444 – Crime Prevention<br />Professor Alvarez<br />
    • 2. West Kendall<br />1.5 Square Miles of SW 72 Street & 132nd Avenue<br />Yellow - Single-family homes.<br />Brown - Multi-family homes.<br />Pink – Townhouses.<br />Light Yellow – 2-family homes.<br />Blue – Schools. 14 total. 5 public, 8 private, and 1 vocational college.<br />No commercial businesses.<br />Green – community / public parks.<br />Purple – utility areas.<br />
    • 3. Police Departments<br />Hammocks Police<br />Kendall Police<br />Major Alexander Casas<br />Major Michael Herrera<br />7707 SW 117th AvenueMiami, FL. 33183<br />10000 SW 142nd AvenueMiami, FL 33186<br />
    • 4. Crime Stats<br />January 1, 2010 – October 31, 2010<br />Crimes reported within 1.5 Square Miles of SW 72 ST And 132nd Ave.<br />
    • 5. Crime Stats<br /><ul><li>Peak Months: August (28), May (24), and June (22).</li></li></ul><li>Crime Stats<br /><ul><li> Most crimes were reported from 16:00 – 23:59.</li></li></ul><li>Crime Prevention?<br />The “broken window” theory by James Q. Wilson and George Kellingsuggest that neighborhood order strategies can help deter and reduce crime, because a disorderly neighborhood is more appealing to criminals while a well maintained one is not.<br />Fix broken fences<br />and windows<br />Keep neighborhood clean<br />Paint over graffiti<br />
    • 6. Auto Thefts & Vehicle Burglaries<br />To protect your car and make it less appealing to criminals:<br /><ul><li>Don’t leave a spare key in the car.
    • 7. Make sure the door is locked and windows are closed.
    • 8. Park in your driveway or garage, not on the side of the house or across the street on an empty plot of land, or in a poorly lit area.
    • 9. When parking, turn your wheels completely around to make it difficult for a thief to tow your car. This can also easily set off an alarm if they try!
    • 10. Don’t leave packages or expensive items in your car.
    • 11. Install an alarm or anti-theft device.</li></li></ul><li>Residential Burglaries<br />(CPTED) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – make changes to areas that may contribute to problems.<br /><ul><li>Adding an extra dome lamp in the front yard, motion sensor lights near entry points of the home, ensure the home address is posted and visible from the street, and to trim trees/shrubs to make entrances visible.</li></ul>Ensure the home is secure.<br /><ul><li> Locking windows, gates, entrance doors, and sliding doors; and fix them if they have any cracks, warps, broken locks, or other damage.</li></ul> Get an alarm or a dog (or both).<br /><ul><li> Have signs posted and make sure the alarm works.</li></li></ul><li>Residential Burglaries<br />Report to police suspicious people hanging around the neighborhood.<br />Report to FP&L street lights not working, and damaged poles.<br />Consider hiring security.<br /><ul><li>They can find and report many of the problems that go unnoticed by residents, and help to deter and prevent crime by their presence.</li></ul>Going on vacation?<br /><ul><li> Put alarm on.
    • 12. Inform someone you trust to check on the home, put garbage cans out, park their car at different spots of the driveway, pick up newspapers, etc.
    • 13. Set automatic timers to turn on and off at random times.</li></li></ul><li>Robbery & Personal Crimes<br />To prevent yourself from becoming a victim of a robbery or other attack:<br /><ul><li>Before entering an area, give it a brief survey.
    • 14. Trust your gut – if a situation does not feel right, leave the area.
    • 15. Be aware of your surroundings.
    • 16. Walk confidently and be alert to who is around.
    • 17. Don’t walk around alone at night. Walk in groups or with a big dog.
    • 18. Carry your keys in hand and pepper spray if you have.
    • 19. Change your routine, but know the area that you are in and keep a map with you in case you get lost when taking a different route.</li></li></ul><li>Robbery & Personal Crimes<br />Gun Bounty Program. <br /><ul><li>Goal is to get weapons and criminals off the street by reaching out to individuals who know someone with an illegal firearm.
    • 20. Persons can call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers (305) 471-8477 to report persons illegally possessing a gun and may earn a $1,000 reward.</li></ul>Domestic Violence.<br /><ul><li>Call Police.
    • 21. Get a restraining order.
    • 22. Take self-defense classes and carry pepper spray.
    • 23. Inform trusted friends and relatives.</li></li></ul><li>THE END<br />
    • 24. References<br />One Gun, One Arrest, One Grand. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Press_Releases/gun_bounty.asp<br />My Neighborhood. Retrieved November 16, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://gisims2.miamidade.gov/MyNeighborhood/mpomap.asp?Cmd=INIT<br />Results for Miami Schools. Retrieved November 16, 2010 from CitySearch Website: http://miami.citysearch.com/listings/7330-sw-132nd-ave-miami-fl/schools/56697?cityState=Miami+FL&what=schools&lng=-80.40629&lat=25.69855<br />Police Services. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.Gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mdpd/Police_Services.asp<br />Diaz, John. Preventing crime, enforcing laws, supporting public safety. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from seattle.gov Website: http://www.seattle.gov/police/prevention/default.htm<br />Report Power-Related Concerns. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from FPL Website: http://www.fpl.com/customer/report_trouble.shtml<br />Domestic Violence. Retrieved November 19, 2010 from MiamiDade.gov Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/mayor/domestic_violence_2008.asp<br />

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