Successful Crime Free Multi-housing Program

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  1. Reality Orlando

    Reality Orlando Verified Aquaculturalist

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    It's about time. So hopeful elderly residents, students and single parents will begin to find crime free, affordable neighborhoods to live in. Wonder how long before someone sues and ruins it for those enjoying safe surrounding.

    "ORLANDO, Fla. — New numbers show a program designed to reduce crime in Orlando apartment communities is working.

    Orlando's Crime Free Multi-Housing Program started in 2009.
    Numbers from the Orlando Police Department show crime has reduced in certain neighborhoods because of the program and residents said they feel safer.

    The program allows Orlando apartment managers to evict problem tenants.

    Every night, Officer Derwin Bradley gets a list of renters who’ve been arrested.

    If they live in a designated crime-free community, they’re kicked out."

    http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/9-investigates-successful-crime-free-multi-housing/nfJGn/
     
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  3. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ New Member

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    They need to build crime infested only apartment complexes.


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  4. Opie

    Opie Active Member

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    I remember reading a newspaper article some years back about a place (maybe it was this place?) where tenants could be evicted for breaking the law. A case cited was a family where the mother and baby were also kicked out because the father was caught doing something illegal. He tried holding up the baby and saying: "How can you do this to her.?" He was told that HE was the one who did it to her, and they were evicted. Hooray for policies like this one.
     
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    Mystymiss New Member

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    Note: They already have this it's gov low income housing projects.
     
  6. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ New Member

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    Yes, but where will these low life's go once they are booted?

    They need a special place to call their own, and enjoy each other's company.


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