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Why should I participate in the Crime Free Program when I don't have any problems on my property and I don't have the time?
No community is immune to crime or violence. The Crime Free Program works with property management and owners to help protect against crime and violence. This is done through free training put on by the Fremont Police Department and constant communication with the PD about crime trends and general issues occurring in our community. The security assessment also aids in crime reduction as well as civil liability. The Crime Free Program also works with property management and owners when a crime does occur on property.

Property managers will see a reduction in crime, better community awareness, increased property values, more attractive neighborhoods, advertisement of participation, and improved quality of life.

The time invested in the Crime Free Program is minimal and can show great impact in rental communities. The first phase (management training) is one eight-hour class that typically takes place during the week. The second phase (security assessment) will normally take 45 minutes to complete. The third phase (resident safety social) is the final phase of the Crime Free Program and can last one to two hours.

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1. Why should I participate in the Crime Free Program when I don't have any problems on my property and I don't have the time?
2. Does the Crime Free Program really work?
3. How established is the Crime Free Program?