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Crime Prevention Coordinators work with various individuals and groups to solve crime problems. This problem-solving might be as brief as a short phone conversation, or could last for weeks or months, depending on the nature of the problem. A CPPC often works as a catalyst, bringing together the appropriate agencies who can effect change on the problem location or situation. Some of the problems that CPPCs frequently work to solve include: drug houses, rashes of burglaries or car prowls, chronic nuisance locations, gang activity, problem liquor establishments, and public safety issues in parks.
To help solve these types of problems, a Crime Prevention Coordinator might utilize some of the following strategies and tools:
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