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Redding police working to prevent crime through environmental design.

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Redding police working to prevent crime through environmental design.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6971708?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:37:05 +0000 Redding police working to prevent crime through... Redding police working to prevent crime through environmental design. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6971708?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KRCR before reaching an acre. live in the chico newsroom..tt..krc r news channel7. there is a big struggle in downtown redding.. to solve the crime wave that is plaguing businesses and customers. lots of plans are being considered. one is crime prevention through environmental design. it's not a new concept.. but it can be effective.. the first steps.. literally.. were taken last night. redding police cadets were going through the promenade.. starting the process of surveying downtown for spots that could be improved in a number of ways. captain roger moore gave me an example. "if we had a business downtown could it be shrubs that need to nats "if you guys need to do another night or two, we can do that." lieutenant brian barner says downtown is full of old buildings.. with old.. outdated.. inadequate lighting.. that could be updated through rebates to use high-efficiency businesses. "we've created a template that works for businesses just like it works for residential neighborhood watch. smaller groups of businesses coming together, getting to know one another, isolating what their concerns are, and we try to fix what is fixable." bottom line.. improving the environment is an inexpensive way to cut down on crime. "lighting at night makes it safer for people. people feel safer, and criminals don't like light, they don't like to be in that environment. so the more we can light up at night, the better it is for the police department and crime prevention." this is a precursor to "light up downtown.." an event sponsored by the redding chamber of commerce. a five person panel..including captain moore.. mayor brent weaver.. and an r-e-u representative.. will talk about crime prevention through enviornmental design. it's set for tuesday.. july 11th from five to seven in the evening in the atrium at market street promenade. it's free.. incouding an environmetal design checklist for your business




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