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WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNITY?
Located in Pierce County Washington, Safe Streets Campaign is a non-profit organization that brings people together, sometimes neighbors that get to know each other for the first time, to take back their streets. Through forming neighborhood block groups, we help you plant the seed of grassroots, community leadership. That leadership helps hold communities together and links them with can-do people in agencies and organizations to make neighborhoods safe. Working together is the key to reversing crime trends in our neighborhoods. Safe Streets is here to help create better, safer communities throughout Pierce County.
National Night Out
Safe Streets is a proud co-sponsor of the 30th Anniversary annual National Night Out Against Crime in Tacoma-Pierce County.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013, you and your neighbors will join other communities across America in taking a stand against crime.
Below you will find the Tacoma-Pierce County Block Party Registration Form. Sign-up today!
Safe Streets Campaign’s
“Celebrating 24 Years of Strengthening Communities”
This is your chance to nominate the superstars in your community. Just complete a nomination form, which can also be printed from our website at www.safest.org. You are welcome to submit more than one nomination (separate form required). Completed forms can be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to us.
Deadline for submission is 5:00 pm Wednesday June 5, 2013 Superstar Nomination Form 2013 (282.4 KB)
Every Pierce County Neighborhood is safe and welcoming - a great place to raise kids
Safe Streets empowers individuals, families, youth, neighborhoods and organizations to create safe communities
Organize neighborhoods and communities for action
Develop leadership among adults and youth
Bring community and strategic partners together on specific problems or opportunities relevant to building safe communities
There is plenty of blame to go around.
Since we all share the same problem, we can all participate in the solution.
We don't have all the answers.
There is no one answer to all the problems. We must work together to find all the solutions.
We must remain people of goodwill with open minds.
We recognize the value and strengths of all community members.