LISC Safety and Justice will present on their model of collaborative problems solving to address neighborhood crime and safety challenges, including discussion of why we should concentrate on place, the problem-solving process, the roles of community partners, and what success can look like. This method incorporates proven crime reduction strategies with relationship- and capacity-building approaches to support sustainable neighborhood improvement.
The webinar will include an overview of the Alameda County Eden Night Live project, part of a broad effort including LISC and ArtPlace America to address community and public safety issues using creative placemaking. Bess Earl, a former LISC partner, with United Methodist Children’s Services, and current Milwaukee LISC employee, will discuss a comprehensive safety partnership in the Washington Park community and how concentrating on housing and community spaces helped a community rally for growth and safety.
Event Type: Virtual
Topic(s): Creative Placemaking, Local Analysis, Vacant Land Stewardship
When: April 27, 2019
Time: 12 PM ET
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