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"Great classes! So much info that has helped me tremendously as a crime prevention officer. I felt so much more confident & informed when I gave CPTED strategies at First Step meetings & when doing security surveys."
— Derek Tirado, Gainesville PD
"I have been to several trainings already and I must say this one was pleasantly, 'mentally stimulating' throughout the whole course and definitely the best organized that I have been to. Please extend my thanks to all the presenters, each one was very professional and interesting. I look forward to putting into practice what I learned from everyone!"
—Dawn Streeter
"This is hands down the best crime prevention conference of its kind in the nation. It offers an array of diverse workshops from practitioners who have proven strategies and solutions that can be replicated in other communities. It attracts a blend of law enforcement, business, community organizations and residents working together in a holistic approach to prevent crime."
—Darrell B. Daniels
"Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference continues to blazes new trail toward the future with workshops that are creative, engaging and diverse. Workshop participants are of various ages, cultures and professions. Year after the year the bar is raised and year after year this conference has successfully met the challenge by presenting interactive workshops that are relevant to real world issues and equip participants with the necessary skill sets to be effective within their respective communities. There is nothing new under the sun. The challenges may appear new, but they are not. The styles have changed, the slang has been modified, the scope is global, but the core challenges remain. Unlike yesterday, today’s challenges are global in scope and require a level of unchartered ingenuity to prepare for tomorrow."
—Randolph B. Lewis, Criminal Justice Project Coordinator II St. Petersburg College-Allstate Center
"I want to let you know that the staff and university partners (Bethune-Cookman University, Edward Waters College, Florida Memorial University and Florida Atlantic University), of the Florida A& M University Juvenile Justice Research Institute had a great time at this year's Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference. It was one of the best conferences we have ever attended. Along with the great Itinerary and outstanding sessions, the keynote speakers were dynamic. We learned a lot, networked and got great contacts, and indeed enjoyed the entire conference. Please continue to convene this much needed and informative conference which focuses on such an important social issue and problem affecting Black communities nationwide. We plan to attend and promote this conference again next year! Thanks for the great work you're doing in bringing together great minds to discuss and then act upon lessons learned to alleviate the crime and delinquency problem in Black Communities!"
—Phyllis Gray-Ray, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology/Criminology Executive Director, Juvenile Justice Research Institute Florida A&M University
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